Thursday, March 31, 2016

Priest adds Supreme Court to four #Ugandan pests

[Used to be that we talk about the axis of evil but Uganda is a class above.  They have four pests.  Dictator #Museveni, Chemical Alli #Kayihura, Kiggundu and now the Supreme Court.  Take it away ladies and gentlemen.  I hope Fr. Gaetano cooks his own food lest he gets a bad belly ache.]
Kabale catholic priest Rev Fr. Gaetano Batanyenda has added Supreme Court to Uganda’s four major pests.
Pests are unwanted plants, animals, insects, germs or other organisms that interfere with human activity.
They may bite, destroy food crops, damage property, or otherwise make our lives more difficult.
Effective pest control requires some knowledge about the pest and its habits.
Gaetano labelled the Kololo based court a pest after it dismissed an election petition filed by Amama Mbabazi challenging President Yoweri Museveni’s victory.
The court cited lack of evidence.
“Sadly, the Supreme Court cannot save millions of mourning Ugandans,” Gaetano said.
The priest continued: ”It is now evident that the supreme court has become the latest Uganda’s pest.”
He cited the four Ugandan pests as Museveni, police chief Kale Kayihura and electoral commission chairman Eng Badru Kiggundu.
“I urge all mourning Ugandans to stay calm; this was a mere judgment by mere human, there is a strong judgment from God coming up soon to save Ugandans and will break the dictatorship regime into pieces!”
Recently, the controversial priest wrote a letter to President Museveni saying while he thought the president would repent his sins, it was very unfortunate that his sins have rather over heaped and are now overflowing.
“It is Miserable to watch the unending and continuous harassment, torture, arrest and mistreatment posed on Col Dr. Kiiza Besigye like an animal, by Kayihura instructed by you president Museveni.”
“Regrettably, you and the small group of people with guns that lost the election last Month cannot repent,” the priest wrote.
Gaetano said he witnessed all kinds of Leadership since 1962 or before, but most assuredly Museveni topped the list of Uganda’s dictators.
“Your Excellency, allow me to inform you that you have broken all bad records that were set by Idi Amin and lamentably you are setting your own bad records to worse.”
He said Museveni’s advisors, ministers, and unfortunately, some religious leaders, who know the truth prefer to keep dumb and watch things falling apart because they are opportunists, egomaniacs, sycophants and are fearful.

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