Dr.Stella Nyanzi has popularized a trend of nudity! The First lady, also minister of Education and Sports, thinks that her methods are a little extreme. A nude strike against the university administration was totally abominable! It doesn’t matter what message one is trying to convey, vulgar language and nudity is just wrong.
Much as her methods are very immoral, Stella Nyanzi has set a [bad] example of how to get messages effectively across. Many times people of my kind go on ranting about the issues that affect the nation without being heard. I should therefore appreciate that there is a new method of passing on concerning matters, one that Ugandans shouldn’t adopt.
For long, Africa has struggled to maintain its culture. Matters involving morals. We have fought the battle against homosexuality, rapid western cultural exposure, as well as something so basic as maintaining the value attached to our cultural names.
Stella Nyanzi has popularized a trend of nudity! The First lady, also minister of Education and Sports, thinks that her methods are a little extreme. A nude strike against the university administration was totally abominable! It doesn’t matter what message one is trying to convey, vulgar language and nudity is just wrong.
Gone are the days when the government censored everything that was shown on TV. Then, the young ones were protected from the disgusting behavior of the world beyond. Today however, after several reforms, the media is not under monitoring of the government. That has left uncensored content to flood the media.
Because of such freedom, the news is dominated by obscenities and nothing can be done about it. After all, it is a free world! Just like the quality of news has fallen, so have other things like parentage. Children today have all the time they want on TV.
The first thing a child does when they return from school is turn the TV on. When the father tunes in to the news, guess what’s on… Stella Nyanzi making vulgar comments against the government. What are young girls to pick from that? What future then, does this country hold for the upcoming generations?
If a re-known professor can be so comfortable with exposing her ‘rubies’, what should we care about the prostitutes on Speke road or other parts of town. In fact, they should do this in broad day light!
Aren’t there laws against this kind of act? If there can be a ban on homosexuality, there should be a ban on public nudity with worthy penalties. There is need to put our messages across… agreed! However, the way in which we address these issues matters.
It is therefore appalling to see that a Professor from one of Africa’s most credited Universities prides herself in using vulgar language. Many children watch the news, youths mostly! With the example she is setting, homosexuality is the last thing that should worry us. Before criticism is made of what is done by foreigners, cleanse the nation of the local faults.