By Watchdog reporter
Embattled Makerere University research fellow Dr. Stella Nyanzi has downplayed government’s code of dressing order to all public servants citing that it’s being used to distract Ugandans from the planned removal of the presidential age limit.
She has urged Ugandans to focus on the retiring of President Yoweri Museveni rather than policing the brightness or shortness of the clothes of Uganda’s public servants.
She posted on her facebook page;
Somebody tell Catherine Bitarakwate and Adah Muwanga that the masses refuse to be distracted from the planned removal of the presidential age limit. Who really cares what public servants in Uganda wear, when the emperor walks around naked?
The emperor in Uganda does not only walk around naked to the core, but also his ashen wrinkly buttocks are infested with many ring worms. His elderly buttocks, no longer round and succulent, sag loosely with age. They are covered with old layers of dandruff. Out of the emperor’s butt crack protrude long grey curly hairs. This naked emperor is old; very old…
And so, rather than policing the brightness or shortness of the clothes of Uganda’s public servants, we must focus on retiring the naked old emperor. Stop prioritising non-issues, otherwise you will soon be issuing rules about the acceptable size of bulge in the flies of male public servants, or the acceptable protrusion of the bust and buttocks of female public servants. Focus on the planned vulgar amendment to remove presidential age limits from our constitution. The naked emperor’s buttocks sag with age…