Presidential adviser on media matters, Tamale Mirundi, thinks instead of wasting time on FDC’s Fatuma Naigaga, the police should have gone for singer, Desire Luzinda, who is gifted downstairs.
The controversial president’s dog was speaking on NBS TV Morning breeze on Tuesday.
Uganda police has been in the news for allegedly undressing Fatuma during a brutal arrest along Mbarara-Masaka road.
The incident has attracted international condemnation.
Taking a lighter angle of the matter, Mirundi suggested that things would have been a lot more different if police had instead of Naigaga, undressed the well-endowed Desire Luzinda.
“Why didn’t the police undress Desire Luzinda who has a “Kitone”?” Mirundi wondered.
“Ekitone” is a title for one of Desire’s songs which came to be used as a slang for a woman’s private parts.
Not long ago, Desire’s nude pictures and sex tape leaked on social media and nearly broke the internet.
She, according to Ugandans, is the undisputed “water-reservoir” and the most sexually gifted woman the country has ever produced.
Mirundi, however, took a cynical approach when it came to the idea of Ugandan musicians marketing President Yoweri Museveni in 2016 general elections.
While casting Bebe Cool, Jose Chameleone and Juliana Kanyomozi who are part of the “Tubonga Nawe”, a song that praises Museveni, Mirundi said all musicians were non-influential politically.
“It would have been worse if Desire Luzinda joined,” he pointed out, adding, “that would be porn fed to NRM.”
Mirundi said NRM “is too clean to be mixed with these porn singers and actors”.