Famous President Yoweri Museveni advisor on Media issues and veteran Journalist Tamale Mirundi has this morning thrown Cabinet ministers down discrediting them of not being able to battle the self-proclaimed Ghetto Gladiator.
Speaking while appearing on NBS TV, tamale revealed that he had a phone call chat with Bobi Wine but rejected to spill the secrets of the call.
According to Mirundi, Bobi Wine is not at the level of any minister and has a much bigger political stand in the country.
“There’s no minister at the level of Bobi Wine right now. I once heard an MP reply Bobi Wine, I told him to relax because when a matter reaches the president, it doesn’t go back to the RDC”, satirically explained.
Mirundi further claimed that the new Kyadondo East MP has already taken over the opposition popularity of former presidential candidate Dr Kizza Besigye and that’s why Museveni has a reason to always comment on his issues.
Bobi Wine recently wrote a letter criticizing president Museveni’s government and describing the economy as one that has been bleeding for the last 30 years with the collapse of all institution and the loss of the countries glory. All ministers went mute till when president replied the new Legislator describing him and either a lair or uninformed.
Shortly after President’s reply, the minister of Information and National Guidance Hon. Frank Tumwebaze said that Bobi Wine should be excited because president Museveni replied his message though there was no serious issue in his message since mixed up issues like talking of the lost glory that had never existed.
“My brother kyagulanyi (Bobi Wine) should feel proud that President Museveni has responded to him. Of course Bobi Wine is excited about President Museveni’s response but time will come and he will find his level. I also enjoy his music but I want to hear issues, separate issues from music.” Said Tumwebaze.
Such states are one of the things that forced Tamala to comment citing that when an issue reaches the Head of State, then other ministers and RDC’s cease being relevant.