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NBS Journalist Daniel Lutaaya puts up Uganda for sale to billionaire Elon Musk

As if the controversy surrounding Kira road based TV station and its workers is not enough, they can’t just seem to stop brewing controversy through their Twitter pages.

Now the station’s journalist Daniel Lutaaya has come out to request South African billionaire Elon Musk to come and buy Uganda.

This was after the Tesla mogul had his bid to buy off social media platform Twitter accepted by the company’s administration.

Lutaaya described the packages Elon Musk will find in the deal of buying off Uganda and in case they entice him, he can buy off the East African country

Whether his tweet was merely joke, the comments in his comment section weren’t joking at all. His followers told him how they are no longer surprised by whatever the station and its workers do.

Most reminded him of how he deleted election results that most people believe that were showing Bobi Wine’s victory in the 2021 general election.

“I’ll still remind you of your foolishness! Why did you delete those results!? Ogila oleega ogutwe ,” one user said.

“Daniel, This is too low for you to think of trading your country you proudly day you love! #IamUgandan #MyRole,” another said.

“But thse NBS journalists never disappoint, look at this imperialistic thinking,’ one more added.

Meanwhile Elon Musk’s pending Twitter takeover has brought about a number of opinions. Some are excited about his takeover while others are pessimistic about his buying of the platform.

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