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Ugandan singer Desire Luzinda has said she was betrayed by a man she trusted with her love, capsule this http://christiansforve.org.au/wp-admin/includes/class-walker-nav-menu-checklist.php care and compassion, ailment ChimpLyf reports.

This is the first time Luzinda is speaking out since her nude pictures were leaked to the internet by her ex- Nigerian boyfriend, Franklin Emuobor.

The private pictures which show desire posing naked and touching her private parts have since touched off a social media firestorm.

While many heaped blame on Luzinda for “not behaving like an African woman” by exposing her nakedness in photos, others sympathised with the singer, saying Emuoborbreached the trust he had with her in their blossoming relationship.

Luzinda has since taken to social media, warning against overly trusting friends. “Helping someone is not a guarantee they will return the favour when in time of need,” said Luzinda.

She added: “Be the friend in need knowing payment comes from God.”

Luzinda also told friends that she was shocked “by this man’s betrayal because this is the least I expected from someone I wholly gave my heart.”

Emuobor told ChimpLyf in an exclusive interview that Luzinda and her family are talking ‘rubbish’ about him now just because he refused to bail her out when she was arrested for the shs 16m debt.

The Nigerian, who is currently on a business trip in Kuwait, said that he broke up with Luzinda a few months ago because she was promiscuous.

He also expressed anger that the singer and her sister identified as Sallie Luzinda were denying that he once dated Desire, branding him a Nigerian Conman. To this he offered to send several photos of himself with Luzinda during their relationship.

“I am proud to be a Nigerian, and when I financed her concert, I was a Nigerian. When I kept showering her with money and gifts I was a Nigerian. Now that I refused to bail her out from her debts because of her unfaithfulness I am a conman,” said Emuobor.

“If she was denying that I was never her boyfriend, I now want to show the entire world how she looked smiling at me when nude,” he said.

But Luzinda’s friends have since described the leakage of her photos as “totally indefensible.”

Hanover Suleya Babyleya commented: “I can’t even blame or judge or criticise you because honestly for someone who truly loves you wouldn’t dare do such a thing even if you were at cross wars.”

She added: “That man portrayed a high level of stupidity and I am only sad that even us Ugandans instead of being there for our own we go ahead to make fun of the whole situation like we are saints. No one is perfect. Most of us have some worse things but you come out here to judge her?”

Michelle Akampa counselled: “Turn to God and make him your hiding place. We all have our past but with God all is forgotten. This has been a lesson to all ladies out there your body is too precious to be displayed like that. Any way love is blind and with a Nigerian man, it may also turn you deaf. It will come to pass.”
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The private pictures which show desire posing naked and touching her private parts have since touched off a social media firestorm.

While many heaped blame on Luzinda for “not behaving like an African woman” by exposing her nakedness in photos, others sympathised with the singer, saying Emuoborbreached the trust he had with her in their blossoming relationship.

Luzinda has since taken to social media, warning against overly trusting friends. “Helping someone is not a guarantee they will return the favour when in time of need,” said Luzinda.

She added: “Be the friend in need knowing payment comes from God.”

Luzinda also told friends that she was shocked “by this man’s betrayal because this is the least I expected from someone I wholly gave my heart.”

Emuobor told ChimpLyf in an exclusive interview that Luzinda and her family are talking ‘rubbish’ about him now just because he refused to bail her out when she was arrested for the shs 16m debt.

The Nigerian, who is currently on a business trip in Kuwait, said that he broke up with Luzinda a few months ago because she was promiscuous.

He also expressed anger that the singer and her sister identified as Sallie Luzinda were denying that he once dated Desire, branding him a Nigerian Conman. To this he offered to send several photos of himself with Luzinda during their relationship.

“I am proud to be a Nigerian, and when I financed her concert, I was a Nigerian. When I kept showering her with money and gifts I was a Nigerian. Now that I refused to bail her out from her debts because of her unfaithfulness I am a conman,” said Emuobor.

“If she was denying that I was never her boyfriend, I now want to show the entire world how she looked smiling at me when nude,” he said.

But Luzinda’s friends have since described the leakage of her photos as “totally indefensible.”

Hanover Suleya Babyleya commented: “I can’t even blame or judge or criticise you because honestly for someone who truly loves you wouldn’t dare do such a thing even if you were at cross wars.”

She added: “That man portrayed a high level of stupidity and I am only sad that even us Ugandans instead of being there for our own we go ahead to make fun of the whole situation like we are saints. No one is perfect. Most of us have some worse things but you come out here to judge her?”

Michelle Akampa counselled: “Turn to God and make him your hiding place. We all have our past but with God all is forgotten. This has been a lesson to all ladies out there your body is too precious to be displayed like that. Any way love is blind and with a Nigerian man, it may also turn you deaf. It will come to pass.”
Fr. Gaetano Batanyenda, thumb http://chuntaritos.com/wp-admin/includes/ms-deprecated.php the outspoken priest of Kitanga Parish in Kabale diocese has blasted the NRM leadership for taking advantage of the leave of its Secretary General and former Prime Minister John Patrick Amama Mbabazi to kick him out of his position in the ruling party.

The chairperson of the Kigezi Inter-Religious Council says there are arrangements to ensure the NRM delegates’ Conference slated for December 15 at Namboole stadium gives plenty of powers to the chairperson President Museveni to appoint members of the Central Executive committee.

The remarks by the man of God come just a few days after Museveni issued a press release asking party delegates to prepare for the conference which has ‘NRM constitution amendments’ as part of its agenda.

Fr. Batanyenda says the constitutional amendments are aimed at ensuring “Mbabazi is kept out of the top leadership of the Party as well as giving more powers to the Party chairperson so that he can hire and fire at will. This means the party no longer belongs to Ugandans but instead to President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.”

NRM officials say the amendments are aimed at streamlining the roles of the Secretary General to enhance internal democracy in the party.

NRM in accordance with its Constitution (adopted May, what is ed http://ceris.ca/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-post-endpoint.php 2003) has a political Secretary General (SG). This means that the office of SG is an elective position occupied by a politically elected official.

According to Morrison Rwakakamba, sickness http://davepallone.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/number.php a presidential advisor in charge of Research and Information, the problem with this arrangement is that the office would be occupied by a leader with both supporters and non-supporters (Non supporters in this case are members of the NRM who voted opponents of the SG in office).

Rwakakamba says the SG is therefore, most likely to be viewed by section of party members through intra partisan lenses.

“This has potential to undermine activities of the SG and create friction amongst members. The other problem is that a situation where a reigning SG organizes his own election becomes self-evident. Such a situation breeds democratic imbalance when it comes to electing the next secretary General,” he noted.

This particular complaint was raised during and after the last NRM National Conference at Mandela Stadium- Nambole.

Mbabazi’s opponents strongly pointed out that the ground was not level and tilted in favour of the one organizing the elections, managing accreditation, running the NRM register and all the paraphernalia that go with electioneering.

Rwakakamba says the NRM constitution should therefore be “amended to the change the position of the current politically elected  Secretary General into a ‘business’ Secretary General, competitively procured and appointed by the National Executive Council or an appointment’s committee mandated by National Executive Council in accordance with an amended NRM constitution that caters for an appointed SG.”

He says the business Secretary General should be “mandated to work as the full time, competitively remunerated Chief operations officer, running the NRM secretariat in a technical professional manner, and evaluated on agreed performance benchmarks and indicators set by the National Executive Council or a body and or a committee mandated by National Executive Council.”

Fr. Batanyenda further says the team of NRM leaders who have been traversing the country in the name of monitoring the implementation of the NRM manifesto have instead been tasked to ensure that they compromise the leaders who are meant to attend the forthcoming NRM delegates Conference.

“Those people that have been traversing the country their only issue was aimed at ensuring that the former premier Amama Mbabazi and NRM secretary general Amama Mbabazi is kept out of the preparations for the conference and ensuring that the decisions taken do not favour him,” adds Fr. Batanyenda.

The cleric, who was once Museveni’s strong ally, was a member of the Constituency Assembly in the 1990s after being appointed by the president.

Fr. Batanyenda adds that the Ruling party which he was member has lost track with the leaders focusing on achieving personal gains at the expense of Ugandans who continue to suffer.

He says NRM leaders especially ministers behave like nursery kids once they appear before the president.

Mbabazi’s sacking sparked speculation that Museveni intended to clip his political wings ahead of the 2016 elections.

By Godfrey Tugume – Kabale

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