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Prime Minister Robinah Nabbanja’s views on NBS TV leave citizens baffled

The Ugandan Prime Minister Rt Hon Robinah Nabbanja was at it again leaving the country again baffled in a space of less than 10 days.

While appearing on NBS TV, Nabbanja complimented Uganda saying that it’s one of the best countries to live in compared to others.

What confused social media users was her giving an example of Kenya which she said has winter which is not true.

“We have a very good country compared to other countries, just go to Kenya here and see. They have winter, and we don’t,” Nabbanja said which left social media users talking in whispers about where she was getting this from.

“Does winter make Kenya a bad country? It’s instead income generating, tourist attraction,”

“At a time when Ugandans wanted to start a twar with Kenyans, the Ugandan Nabafisherman comes out to embarrass not only herself and her boss, but her country as well. Dear madam


talk-shows are for the well read and researched, just keep in your office and fish.”

Well she wasn’t done heaping praise on the NRM government as she also added that the current life expectancy of 64 years is as a result of the NRM hardwork.

“I want to thank the NRM government for the 36 years of peace. A Ugandan can do whatever they want in peace. Life expectancy is currently at 64 years of age. This has been brought by God and the NRM government,” she added.

Nabbanja also added that a national law is coming which will be regulating fuel to prevent those who connive to steal Ugandans.

Questioned why she is always everywhere, Nabbanja said that she’s like the airforce and therefore has to be everywhere.

Today is the NRM Liberation day with the party celebrating 36 years since it captured power.

The celebrations are already underway at Kololo Independence Grounds.

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