Outspoken TV personality Faridah Nakazibwe apologizes for calling Speaker Kadaga a used “Ngabo” condom

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 “I’m truly sorry to all those affected by my previous tweet. As a mother who has seen women desperate for something to feed their children on, I got concerned that money was being given to MPs rather than deducted from them to help feed the less privileged.”


Yesterday, twitters were shocked by a tweet by one of the popular TV female personalities Faridah Nakazibwe for referring to the Speaker of Parliament as a discarded “Ngabo Condom.”

 Faridah who hosts a motivational morning show at NTV – ‘Mwasuze Mutya’ show was replying to Speaker Kadaga’s tweet where she (Rt Hon Speaker) was praising MPs who had passed on Covid-19 advocacy messages in their different languages using the Shs 10bn which legislators allocated to themselves.

“For a start, the members of parliament have recorded advocacy messages in English and the local language of each MP l hope you have listened to the broadcasts,” read Kadaga’s tweet.

This boiled Faridah’s brains to Fahrenheits to a point of  warning the speaker never to again come in the public crying over spirit milk on how she was blackmailed by the mafias in the August house to help them pocket taxpayers’ money for their self interests.

“Tomorrow you will come to us crying nio nio nio nio, how you were used and discarded like a ngabo condom,” Nakazibwe responded to Kadaga’s tweet.

Faridah’s tweet attracted more criticisms than she expected something that prompted her to apologize to the public for unethical conducts.


“I’m truly sorry to all those affected by my previous tweet. As a mother who has seen women desperate for something to feed their children on, I got concerned that money was being given to MPs rather than deducted from them to help feed the less privileged.”



 


However, a section of her followers opposed to the parliamentary decisions of allocating 10bn Shs to themselves to support in Anti- COVID-19 campaign are consolingly in disagreements with her apology claiming that speaking the truth doesn’t call for one to apologize.

What others replied on her first tweet.

“The public figure you are, a resource to society, you should watch your language, especially when you’re addressing a Speaker of Parliament. “Used Ngabo condom” isn’t something that is commensurate with your job and who you are addressing unless you have an issue with her.” said a one Aron.

“Nakazibwe should remain professional and also observe the minimum broadcasting standards and journalist code of ethics,” Emmanuel Ainebyoona, PRO MoH.

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