Nipples erect, clit throbbing, Stella runs to constitutional court

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Dr Stella Nyanzi consults with her lawyer at Buganda Road Court Thursday [Photo by Michael O'Hagan‏ @micoh ]

Makerere University researcher Dr. Stella Nyanzi returned to court on Thursday as per the conditions of her bail in her “pair of buttocks” case featuring President Yoweri Museveni.

Through her lawyer Peter Walubiri, Nyanzi asked Buganda Road Court Chief magistrate, James Ereemye, to halt proceedings until the Constitutional Court pronounces itself on a petition she filed challenging the Mental Treatment Act.

She also asked that her case of cyber harassment and offensive communication against the person of president Museveni be stayed until the Constitutional Court proceedings are complete.

Magistrate Ereemye now adjourned the hearing of the application to June 7, 2017, and further extended Nyanzi’s bail to the same date.

She is expected to serve a copy of her application to the Director of Public Prosecutions [DPP] and Prosecutor Jonathan Muwaganya who is in charge of the case.

Stella’s body all tingling

In her social media last night, Stella said her body was super active ahead of her court appearance this morning.

“Tomorrow is my court hearing. My big black nipples are erect and tingly with a mixture of anxiety and excitement. My womanhood is twitching with anticipation. My clitoris is standing big and throbbing, at attention.”

She said her ‘labia minora’ stood tall in the rigid position of attack while her heart raced and pumped hard as she prepared her earthy brown ‘kitengi’ [traditional] for the day.

“Tomorrow, I will be accused again by an insane state that wants me to break and stop criticising their illegitimate and corrupt dictatorship under the misgovernance of a bunch of gun-wielding kinsmen,” she wrote.

Constitutional court application

Nyanzi who is accused of calling President Museveni as a “pair of buttocks” on her Facebook wall, is seeking a temporary stay of the proceedings at the lower court pending the determination of the main petition.

She also wants the State and all its agents restrained from enforcing sections 1,2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of the 1938 Mental Treatment Act pending the hearing of the main petition.

Nyanzi contends that before she could plead to the two charges the State slapped against her, the prosecutor at Buganda Road Court ambushed her and her lawyers by making an application under the 1938 Mental Treatment Act to have her first subjected to a mental test.

The State wants Nyanzi to be subjected to a mental status examination because of her alleged “facetious behaviour” like publicly undressing.