By Hussein Kiganda
Singer Winnie Nwagi has finally responded to the internal affairs claim that she was chased away from the internal affairs ministry because of indecent dressing.
In an interview with a local TV, the “mataala” hitmaker hinted that to her, the dress code was okay but it was a bad day for the security guards because they were so arrogant and out of the mood.
“On that day, all the people there were moody. I don’t know if they had not eaten, but all of them were not welcoming and they put their frustration on me. They were so arrogant. When they told me that my dress code was not welcome, I told them that I didn’t know and asked them why they had not told the public. That was when they became angry,” she narrated.
She also added that the Ministry’s claim that young children were pointing at her because of her dress code was not true. According to her, there were no children and that would not have been an issue.
“I saw the news when the officer was lying that young children were pointing at me. He looked so weird lying because sincerely there were no kids,” she said.
Nwagi maintained that she was not indecent despite not being dressed for an official errand. She revealed she had dressed up for the gym but her manager told her to pass by the Ministry and do interviews.