First lady and Minister of Education Janet Kataha Museveni and her fierce critic, Makerere University Researcher Stella Nyanzi, met last night and resolved their differences.
Impeccable sources told the EagleOnline that Mrs. Museveni reached out to outgoing Makerere University Vice Chancellor Professor Sentamu Ddumba, an uncle to Dr. Stella Nyanzi, who convinced his niece to attend the meeting at State House Entebbe in the wee hours of the morning. President Yoweri Museveni also attended the meeting.
“Yes, it is true they (Janet Museveni and Stella Nyanzi) met; President Museveni was the arbiter and everything was resolved,” a senior presidential aide told this website.
The aide added that Dr. Nyanzi was also given Shs200 million as contribution towards her project of supplying sanitary pads to school-going girls.
It should be recalled that Dr. Nyanzi has previously used vulgar and offensive language to criticize the First Lady over the issue of sanitary pads for adoloscent girls and also for her comments on boda bodas transporting young school-going children.
It also comes at the time when Makerere University appointments board chairman Bruce Balaba had written to Prof. Ddumba to suspend her. Don’t forget that today is April 1 fool’s day.
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