The dust has never settled between Sisimuka Uganda’s Frank M. Gashumba and the National Unity Platform Deputy spokesperson Alex Mufumbiro. Today Mr. Gashumba has termed Mufumbiro as a loser and a beggar not worth being talked about or given attention to. #WhisperEyeNews
Gashumba’s words have come out after Mufumbiro alleged that Gashumba lacks social capital and its the reason why during the funeral (lumbe) of his late father few people turned up with allegedly empty seats seen throughout the day.
These allegations did not go well in the ears of Gashumba who said he is of know that Mufumbiro couldn’t afford even 10% of his wedding budget but simply started begging people to sponsor the lavish wedding he organized.
Mufumbiro’s allegations seemed untrue as this media was able to access some pictures and videos that were taken during the lumbe of Gashumba’s late father. Based on the videos and pictures seen, the lumbe was attended by top politicians and gov’t officials led by the Rt. Hon. Nabbanja Robinah Prime Minister who arrived in a chopper, DP President Hon Norbert Mao, Hon Vicent Sempijja the Defence Minister, Pastor Aloysius Bujingo, Dr. Barugahara Balaam Ateenyi and so many other known people in the country.
Both Gashumba and Mufumbiro keep being at logger especially due to differences in political ideology. Gashumba is a Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba diehard while Mufumbiro is a Bobi Wine diehard. Gashumba has been hard on so many media stations criticizing NUP and its leaders for hoodwinking the public that they could overthrow Gen Museveni in a few months something that has failed to materialize.
According to Gashumba NUP leaders have resorted to birthday parties and Weddings while many of their supporters are busy rotting in prison while others are nursing wounds yet their leaders are in celebrations.
Mufumbiro’s wedding was marked as one of the most expensive and lavish weddings that have ever graced the Ugandan soil with many wondering how he could have managed to afford to organize a wedding of such a magnitude in the middle of the ‘struggle.’
Gashumba has since urged the people, especially the youths to continue hustling on their own to have something in their pockets rather than putting their hopes in politicians who lie to them that they will change their lives for the better.