Ugandan journalist and NBS TV morning breeze presenter Simon Kaggwa Njala has rushed to National Unity Platform principle Robert Kyagulanyi’s action of attacking the SMACKOBA headmaster before kids, parents.
“To my prolific brother & comrade Robert Kyagulanyi.”, Simon Kaggwa Njala Tweeted Via his tweeter account, it’s inappropriate to ridicule the headmaster before kids, parents
“There are a number of foras like SMACKOBA where such thorny issues can be addressed. You left the poor brother undressed & a subject of public derision.” He added.
Njala’s reaction follows National Unity Platform leader Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, also known as Bobi Wine going hard on St.Mary’s College Kisubi for “continuously” “hounding” his son Solomon Ssekayi Kampala.
On Saturday last week, during the parents and teachers meeting at the school along Entebbe road, Kyagulanyi blasted the school headmaster, Brother Deodati Aganyira over continued mistreatment of his son at the school.
Kyagulanyi said his son was blocked from contesting from one of the prefect positions in the school over flimsy reasons.
“You told me that for a child to be a leader in this school, they must be an A student not an average student like my son. The second reason I was given for my son not running for leadership in this school is that students who are overly popular are not allowed to run for office in this school. I was hurt because we all train our children to become leaders,” the visibly angry Kyagulanyi said on Saturday amidst support from a number of fellow parents who attended the meeting.
Kyagulanyi said he had on many occasions been told by his son that he was being targeted at the school noting that he had ignored the reports but noted it was too much for him to bear.
According to Kyagulanyi, he had accepted to heed to the request by the school administration that he stays away from the school meetings to avoid attracting unnecessary attention but said he felt it was time to speak out.
Bobi wine also commented on the circumstances under which his son was suspended from school, noting that they had entered a “gentlemen’s agreement” for the matter not to be talked about in public but said he was astonished to see the same in the media.