Makerere researcher, Dr Stella Nyanzi, has described President Yoweri Museveni’s State of Nation Address delivered at Serena hotel in Kampala on Tuesday as simply “impotent”.
President Museveni’s speech dwelt on Uganda Police and how it has been criticised by the public for arresting idle youth and failing to ‘listen to the citizens’, advising the police leadership to get rid of ‘rotten elements.
He also emphasised peace, development of infrastructure and human resource, wealth creation, job creation and market access.
According to Nyanzi, Museveni’s state of nation address was impotent like it has been every passing year.
“The damn thing [speech] gets impotenter every year… No real surprises there! I wonder how foolish those who dress up to sit through the annual impotent performance feel about themselves.”
Nyanzi imagined how Ugandans continue to wake up very early, “dress to the nines, and shining one’s eyes well for this wrinkled dry impotent stick”.
“If only Museveni had included a bit of dirty talk in which he rebuked the recently dead professor with a big busy productive dip-stick that he frequently thrust into the wombs of students in his care and under his authority,” Nyanzi stated.
She was referring to the late Prof Lawrence Mukiibi who is said to have slept with 75% of his students at St Lawrence Schools and Colleges and fathering children with most of them.
“To think that this great fuck-master [Mukiibi] was a trusted friend and steward of the Minister of Education is shocking,” Nyanzi noted.
She attacked Education minister, Janet Kataaha Museveni, for praising Mukiibi during his funeral.
“She did not condemn his fuckness. She did not forgive him for fucking the wombs and futures of school-children under her charge as Minister of Education,” Nyanzi rambled on in her ‘unique language’.
Accordingly, all professors have the permission of the president and his Minister of Education to grow big dip-sticks for use to plant their wild oats in the fertile wombs of at least fifty of their students, she said.
“Even in death, they will get praised as amazing builders of the nation. Not even Lokodo will whisper a word about their wanton fuckery. Aw Lawd, the hypocrisy in this country will kill me.”
Nyanzi said no wonder people still sit through the hollow void of Museveni’s stale state of the nation addresses.