By Watchdog reporter
Is this one of the new tactics former Presidential Candidate Maureen Kyalya is using to reapply for a job in State House?
Kyalya has once again revealed that she will always be grateful to President Yoweri Museveni for having raised her from grass to grace.
Through her Facebook post, Kyalya said when President Museveni invited her to work at the State House she couldn’t believe and up to date she still feels the freedom the president offered her during that time.
She has gone ahead to express her undying love for the president citing that she will always love and respect him for what he has done for her.
“No matter what happens I will always love you and respect you dad; for what you have done for me. I have no barriers; all local, national and international gates have opened up because you saved my life at the worst time in life,” She stated.
Kyalya went ahead to put it to our attention that President Museveni once personally bought her a dress.
“I am thinking of you may be because I am wearing the dress you personally bought for me when I first came to work with you,” Kyalya said
However, she pinpointed out Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga for having been behind her woes at State House up to the time of her dismissal saying that the speaker was jealous of her.
Kyalya’s Facebook post;
#YOWERIKAGUTAMUSEVENI; I WILL ALWAYS BE GRATEFUL TO YOU.
I was recovering from death when you invited me to work with you. It didn’t work out in the end but that is Basoga’s pproblem,mmore specifically #RebeccaKadaga jelousness but you tried your best to empower me. To date I still feel the freedom you gave me at the time I needed it most. Never could I have dreamt I was strong enough to do your job as President if you had not exposed me. I am thinking of you may be because I am wearing the dress you personally bought for me when I first came to work with you. We are ungrateful by nature as humans and will always look for your faults, even insult you. But from the bottom of my heart, there is no greater star in Uganda. I am looking at myself; #Besigye; #Biraro; #Mbabazi; yes we are competition for you and one of us will surely replace you but only because you groomed us and gave us the opportunity to rise up. No matter what happens I will always love you and respect you dad; for what you have done for me. I have no barriers; all local, national and international gates have opened up because you saved my life at the worst time in life. Even as I challenge you politically, I will never be embarrassed of publicly pronouncing my love, respect and appreciation towards you my father and mentor #YoweriKagutaMuseveni. It’s all well. I am very ok. Thanks so much.
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