By Ivan Mubiru
It’s now proven beyond reasonable doubt that Kawempe Division Lord Councilor Muhammad Ssegirinya fancies people like Bobi Wine who always receive a heroic welcome when they come back to Uganda from overseas.
Guess what the controversial politician has just done?
During weekend, Ssegirinya designed a couple of posters informing his supporters that he would be coming back in Uganda on November 9.
Ssegirinya is currently in Amsterdam, Netherlands where he has spent a couple of months. He claims he is exile.
“I will return to Uganda on November 9, 2018 from the exile of Amsterdam comrades,” he posted.
In a sample poster titled ‘The return of our political activist’, he has been sharing in different facebook groups such as Mama Tendo foundation; Ssegirinya has been calling upon the people of Kawempe and well wishers to come in big numbers at Entebbe Airport to welcome him.
He said all the people planning to give him a warm welcome should put on red outfits.
However, as usual, his action has not been perceived in good faith by some social media users who have decided to roast him alive.
Read some of the hilarious comments below;
Adiit Mark Raymond Specter-Time for comedians in politics is expiring soon!!! You better grow up
Okori Denis Odiny -So what?
Mamie Keith -This guy loves promotion by himself Gai
Zoe Zozo -DRESS CODE Komuledi not dressing code!
Nags Grace de Great Nachogera- ekiwulenge kino wekina komerawo kijaba chegase ku bakatala be ghetto
Mbabazi Daisy -Mi comedian is cming back mashallah…….
Bibie Mart- Returning from where? Oyenjeera nyo comrade naawe
Piola Tino- Ok.i won’t come go alone and the other sheep.coz the kiboko that will wipe your ka bum,you will be able to testify.ask zaake and bobi
Procie Tamale- I Don’t care in Kenzo’s voice
Susan Favorite Mpagi Barbarah Nakayima -hahahaaa. Ndeka!. Unless if you will bring me food in Makindye!
Jimmy Wyclife -Hahahahaha, this is not Kayihura’s error
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