The rain that set out to beat Lands state minister, Idah Nantaba, is not about to cease yet.
The minister who has gone through a series of mishaps this year, is now planning to flee Uganda and go into exile.
On Tuesday, Nantaba’s convoy was cruising through Kirindi village in Nazigo Sub–county, Kayunga District, when it was suddenly hit by a “rainstorm” of stones.
According to Daily Monitor, the angry residents accuse Nantaba of interfering in their issues.
There are fears that the group which remains unknown also had plans of lynching the troubled minister.
The crying Nantaba said people who are unhappy with her anti–land–grabbing stance are also planning to stop her from returning to Parliament.
“The land grabbers I am fighting are fellow [Cabinet] ministers, army generals or senior police officers. Currently, all the guns are in Kayunga to ensure that I don’t retain my parliamentary seat,” she is quoted by Monitor as saying.
Shaken and fearing for her life, Nantaba nolonger travels in her official ministerial vehicle.
The unlucky cadre recently lost Kayunga District NRM chairperson seat to Moses Karangwa in a poll she claimed was rigged.
She then quit the ruling party and resolved to stand for Kayunga Woman MP seat as an independent.
Her troubles have just started.