Monday, April 18 2016
"I showed him my nu.dity and the office was opened..."
This morning, Stella Nyanzi, 41, the Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR) researcher stripped all her clothes off on finding her office locked for a third day in a row. The head of the Institute Prof. Mahmood Mamdani, 70, ordered her eviction over failure to abide by the new MISR policies.
Before Stella could undress, she had this to say; "Iam fighting this blatant abuse of my labour rights, to my death. Public servants need protection from violent abusive employers."
Nyanzi also got a padlock and chained herself at the entrance leading to Mamdani's office but this did not work either as Mamdani shot back with a placard:
"I evict permanent staff from public university offices because I'm big and powerful. My PhD teaching program must use up all the space."
The controversial Stella Nyanzi resorted to plan, B, she took off all her clothes exposing her nu.dity to the public as she hurled all sorts of insults. It was then that the university authorities bowed to pressure and opened her office.
However, the Minister of Ethics and Integrity, Fr. Simon Lokodo has ordered for her arrest under the new Anti-Pornographic act.
Did Ginimbi and Mimi Moana know they were about to die?