Gen. Sejusa Defends Full Figure Over Her Broken English.
Army big wig and former coordinator of Intelligence services in Uganda, Gen. David Sejusa has criticized those making fun of presidential adviser and musician, Full Figure’s ‘broken’ English.
Army big wig and former coordinator of Intelligence services in Uganda, Gen. David Sejusa has criticised those making fun of presidential adviser and musician, Full Figure’s ‘broken’ English.
Speaking on Urban Television Full Blast Show, the musician mispronounced the word ‘ideology’ as ‘indaologye’ and refused to be corrected.
According to the Oxford Advanced English dictionary, ideology is pronounced phonetically as |ʌɪdɪˈɒlədʒi| (aidioloji).
“Those who leave Bobi Wine to support Museveni don’t do it because of money or biology, but because of ‘indaologye. We support President Museveni because of ‘indaologye’ but not because of biology,” Full Figure said during the show.
Following this, a clip from the show quoting Full figure went viral on social media where the ‘learned’ laughed at her and made fun of the musician. A writer, Ivan Okuda is one of those that criticized Full Figure.
Okuda went on to post. ‘‘Fresh out of the oven NRM new recruit on why they support Museveni. It’s not because of biology but… ”
However, Gen Sejusa blasted Okuda for his ignorance given his capacity as a ‘learned citizen.’
“I would laugh if I didn’t know better! Maligning these young people for lack of education is a STRATEGIC mistake.’ The army big wig shot at critics. ‘Peasants have been the makers and breakers of political power, from Russia, China, Latin America, Africa, our own Luweero war, etc.! If not MISUSED by leaders!”
The General further lectured. “Most successful revolutions in Third World were peasant based. May be ‘illiterate,’ but a formidable force! So it’s criminal on the part of those seeking to emancipate (USE!) them not to equip them with basics! If not equipped, they become scum of society!’
General Sejusa is known to have fallen out with President Museveni and are not on friendly terms.