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FRED BAMWINE VETTED FOR TOP MEDIA CENTER JOB 

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By Mulengera Reporters

Fred Bamwine, the outhoing Masaka City RCC, is currently on temporary deployment in Nakaseke from where he will be recalled sooner than later. He is one of the longest serving RDCs in Musevrni’s Uganda.

Impeccable sources now tell Mulengera News that, at the instigation of the President, Bamwine is being vetted for deployment at Uganda Media Center where he will be deputizing Ofwono Opondo, effectively replacing the late Shaban Bantariza. The eloquent Bantariza, renowned for issuing anti-NUP threats, succumbed to Covid19 months ago.

Sources say that Gen Museveni has realized that, much as his veteran RDC is excellent when it comes to amplifying regime propaganda on Radio and TV shows, he can simply not excel serving in the community anymore because of the way the Bijambiya-stricken Masaka assignment has demystified him.

It has also increasingly become clear that the outspoken regime propagandist lacks the leadership credentials required to excel serving in any district of Uganda while serving as head of the security committee. And this is the reason consensus at the Museveni palace now is that Bamwine, who has unsuccessfully been standing for elections both in Kampala and his native Kashari in Mbarara, must soon be redeployed to Media Center to fill the Bantariza position which remains vacant up to this day.

Gratefully, deputizing Opondo will entitle him to much more benefits and facilitation compared to what he has been having as RDC. The man has been RDC for an eternity and Gen Museveni believes it’s time to relieve his perpetually debt-stricken Bamwine of the misery and public ridicule that characteristically comes with being RDC. (For comments on this story, call, text or whatsapp us on 0705579994, 0779411734, 0200900416 or email us at mulengera2040@gmail.com).

 

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