Thursday, November 20 2014
Our ''in-law'', widely referred to as Emuyoba by team #AgataliikoNfuufu is celebrating his birthday today, he turns 37, at least going by his Ugandan Baguma passport. HBD!
However, his comment on Uganda's AFCON loss yesterday, leaves a lot to be DESIRED. The moment the final whistle was blown shortly after Andy Mwesigwa's red card and a penalty that led to the second goal, it was clear that Uganda's hopes of playing in the 2015 AFCON games had been dashed, and now, looking at 2017.
BUT, Desire Luzinda's jilted lover, Franklin Emuobor Emikeme seems to be happy with that and was celebrating on the eve of his birthday. Uganda Oyee!!!!, Franklin wrote on his wall.
Oyee!!! whatever it is could suffice if Uganda had won, but using it after yesterday's game was tantamount to a mockery. All that was required yesterday was a draw, but we ended up losing by 2 goals. Uganda last participated in the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in 1978.
On one hand, you can't blame him, he is not Ugandan, but the Baguma in him and the four years he spent with our very own curvy and 'Ekitoneted' Desire, not forgetting the Equation song she sang for him while he shot those pics, you would expect him to have a little ingredient of the Cranes Namutima spirit, but the broda is no joke ohhh..!
Meanwhile, that was Desire Luzinda at the police headquarters in Naguru yesterday where she had gone to make a statement on the nud# pictures that Franklin leaked on the internet and other social media platforms. Was Franklin celebrating now that Uganda Police is looking for him to show cause why he had to make Luzinda's privates public? May be YES.
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