The Minister for lands Judith Nabakooba has rejected office furniture and any memories left behind by her predecessor Beti Kamya Turyomwe. Nabakooba says she will not use the office furniture procured by her predecessor barely 2 years ago. A source inside her office says she has already written to the accounting officer of planning and procurement to consider bringing brand new furniture.
However, the real gist of the matter is that Nabakooba was advised by her lead sorcerer in Mityana to consider erasing all the memories left by her predecessor if she does not want to be reshuffled. A source knowledgeable with this asserts that Nabakooba was told that her predecessor Kamya was laced with bad luck and therefore it is crucial to delete her belongings from office.
“Maama was advised to clear all the furniture in office because it is believed that Beti Kamya’s bad luck still lounges freely in office,” her aide who asked not to be put on record told Ekyooto. “We were told if she does not do this immediately, her tenure as lands minister may be short lived as she may be reshuffled and relegated to a mere advisor like Nakiwala Kiyingi,” the aide adds.