Makerere Institute of Social Research lecturer Dr Stella Nyanzi says President Yoweri Museveni’s regime is very easily excited.
She singled out the Ethics and Integrity minister Fr Simon Lokodo, saying the priest got sexually excited when he looked at her naked pictures.
“Museveni’s regime is excitable. The Minister in Charge of Ethics and Integrity in the President’s Office issued an order for my arrest because of my nude lewd arrest!”
This excitable bumbling priest of a minister, she noted, forgot that his community members saunter through life brazenly naked.
“Go and arrest your village-mates, then come for me. Go and arrest the naked emperor and his wololos, then come for me.”
She said not only the minister was sexually disturbed but also members of the police force.
“Police held a press conference about my nude protest and also heavily deployed all rank and file to arrest me. The excitable forces lusted after my naked voluptuous loveliness, and cocked their erect pistols to shoot down my protest against the rot at MISR.”
Nyanzi advised police to go and arrest the managers and administrators who entrench and uphold the “institutional rape of the labour rights of public servants and systemic violation of human rights of employees in the workplace”.
The parliament passed regulations for implementing the Anti-Pornography Act (2014), in which they ban erotic dance, sexually explicit expressions, and set a fine of up to ten million shillings or/ and imprisonment.
“Whatever is happening to freedom of expression in Uganda! Lokodo, the excitable Minister of Ethics and Integrity requisitioned for deep moolah [money?] to buy a national pornography detecting machine and set up a committee of pornography police.”
According to Nyanzi, its not pornography that stole democracy from the presidential elections.
“Pornography did not steal justice from the ruling of the petition against the presidential elections. Pornography did not kill the civilians in Kasese and Bundibugyo. Pornography did not embezzle the millions poured into election campaigns.”
She urged government to focus on eradicating the rot in the governance of Uganda and her diverse institutions.
“Excitable wankers in leadership positions, just!”