A woman in Uganda has been told to stop having children by doctors. Reason? She has given birth to 38 of them. Yep, 38 children by the time she was 36. That is like IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII III. That is a friggin long line to use the bathroom. Ms. Nabatanzi would have had 44 but sadly she lost 8 at childbirth. Recently her hubby up and left, leaving her to support her enormous brood alone. The older children all chip in to help but she struggles every day to put food on the table. Authorities have now banned her from having any more.
PSST: How does she remember their names? There must be a whole lot of “hey you”.
Oh my, the gay community might want to be high tailing it out of Uganda ASAP. Seems the government is planning to pass what they say is a “Christmas gift” to the people, and by Christmas gift they mean harsh jail sentences for homosexuals. The zero tolerance stance has been condemned by the international community who are threatening to cut aid to the African country.
Just when you thought it was safe to go to Uganda, officials have announced another deadly outbreak of the Ebola virus. So far the contagious disease has claimed 14 lives. If you happen to be in the vicinity here’s what to do, avoid shaking hands, casual sex or do-it-yourself burials because it’s transmitted by close contact and there is NO treatment.
OK, here’s the thing bootleg man, using methanol in your brew is gonna get you in big doodah especially if it ends up killing 22 people and making 300 really ill. Dude, how much of the stuff did you make? Indonesian police have arrested the unnamed man who had been selling his homemade liquor for $1.40 a litre. Hmm and not to be outdone authorities in Uganda are still trying to find the culprit who’s homemade gin has managed to kill 80 people.Yes, his lethal brew also contained methanol.
Psst Methanol is usually used as a solvent or in antifreeze.
You'll regret it!!
Message to all witch-doctors promoting their healing powers over the radio, stop it, you are breaching the 1957 Witchcraft Act and “…are promoting witchcraft-related activities to the detriment of Uganda’s integrity”. Hmm, so says the Ugandan government’s ethics minister James Buturo. They are hoping to stamp out the dangerous art of witchcraft by stopping the airwaves broadcasting witch-doctor ads. Geez, wouldn’t have happened in Idi’s days!