Just when we thought all was well between controversial Ugandan scholar Dr Stella Nyanzi and Police, the former strikes again.
This time, the Makerere university don, popular for her frank debate on sexuality and a fearless critic of President Yoweri Museveni’s government has gone on rampage on social media accusing the new IGP Martins Okoth-Ochola of blocking the Saturday women’s march against the kidnaps and murders of women and children in Uganda which have left citizens in fear.
In a letter dated June 13, police say they cannot allow the women’s peaceful demonstration because the reasons raised for the protest have all been adequately addressed publicly by the concerned ministers of Internal affairs, Security, Defence, and Veteran Affairs on June 11, 2018 as well as President Museveni in his address to Parliament on June 20.
In her Facebook post on Tuesday, Dr Nyanzi wrote saying she was done with the newly appointed IGP.
“I am done kissing the a*** of IGP OMO after his shamelessly shitty and misogynistic rejection letter in which the Uganda Police Force have made a scandalous U-turn in which they dare to stop the forthcoming One Million #WomensMarchUg against the kidnaps and murders of women and children in Uganda. I am done sucking the big wrinkled dirty c*** of Afande IGP OMO because he is clearly a spineless toothless impotent old d** with neither bark nor bite. He is totally bent over and beholden to the dictatorship raping Uganda, kidnapping women, raping females and murdering them when ransoms are not forthcoming. I am done trying to make love with a castrated de-fanged zombified IGP who refuses to stand with the oppressed masses in Uganda. Down with Afande IGP OMO, down! Down with Musevenist wimps, down! Down with wicked weak men of Uganda, down!” reads part of her post.
Nyanzi further noted that she would instead petition the Internal Affairs minister, Gen Jeje Odong to overturn IGP’s move.
“Tomorrow (June 27), I will go and seek out hot-blooded sexy brown-skinned Alhajji Afande Abubaker Jeje Odong. I will go with peaceful protesters from the Women’s Protest Working Group WPG to appeal to this Minister of Internal Affairs to overturn the weak-kneed rejection of weak-willed Afande IGP OMO,” she said.
She claims that as police are busy “parading for the public media, the kidnaps and murders of women and children in Uganda continue unabated. And so, in bold defiance to all agents of kidnapping and murdering of women and children in Uganda, we are going to march this Saturday whether the police join us or they fight us. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! WOMEN LIVES MATTER!”
The post comes just days after Nyanzi was heard showering police with praises when they accepted their petition against what she described as rampant kidnaps and murders in the country.
“The best birthday present that I could ever wish for this year was handed to me by the leaders of the Uganda Police Force who met with the peaceful protesters of the Women’s Protest Working Group WPG. Not only did we have detailed, respectful and enlightening deliberations, but we were also received with charming hospitality and treated to a sumptuous meal. The Deputy Inspector General of Police and his team of carefully handpicked leaders in the police forces have restored my belief in the police,” she wrote on June 16 before adding: “I thank you for embracing and partnering with us in our journey to protest against kidnaps and murders of women and children in Uganda. This, is indeed the best birthday present I could wish for this year. Forty-four is a powerful age!”