By Ranell Dickson Nsereko
Tycoon Emmanuel Lwasa has been in the news for all the odd reasons. The 52-year-olfd Masaka born tycoon has been accused of recycling women like most men recycle socks.
For all his shenanigans and media glare, he has bagged an ambassadorial role. The irony is that he is a champion for keeping the girl child in school.
Over the weekend he called out women for auditions to choose one but no one turned up at the venue in Makindye.
Word on the streets now is that Lwasa has been named by Uganda National Students Association (UNSA) as the brand ambassador for the keep a girl child in school campaign that will be happening on the 25th October at Kololo Airstrip ceremonial grounds.
Uganda National Students Association is a student’s organisation recognised by the act of parliament that aims at serving all students of Uganda at post primary level of education.
Lwasa’s deliverables are not yet clear to the public and none knows how he is going to execute this and how much he is going to benefit.
The imminent appointment has already sparked off conversations on different social media platforms of why they would appoint such a person whose character in the public demeans the female gender.
Lwasa was however tightlipped on the developments.