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Minister Kibuule says he did not want a woman searching him at Stanbic

Water Minister Ronald Kibuule has denied claims that he slapped a female police guard at stanbic Mukono.

Over the weekend, Ugandans were shocked to learn that the stanbic Bank CEO had apologised to Minister Ronald Kibuule for an incident at the Bank, yet according to the story  doing rounds, it was the minister who had slapped the female guard. A claim the minister denies.

Below is his post.

Goodmorning uganda, am not a facebook person but today am forced to write something in regards to what has been going on around social media, radio stations and TVs about the alleged security guard I beat at stanbic bank Mukono branch which is not true… First of all,what i  did was to caution this girl that I couldn’t be checked by a female, her fellow guard called Maxwell was their and saw what exactly happened, but the way she is turning around that she was slapped  into coma is unbelievable… You know it is absurd of how people especially my political opponents are working around the clock to poison people’s minds and they jump to conclusions with a lot of insults…  I am a minister yes, but am human.. The bank has CCTV cameras in and outside, and the footage  can prove whether I beat this girl or not.. On the same note, the bank apology had a basis as to why they did so,not because am a minister or rich as some were claiming. What I want to tell dear Ugandans is that am a woman activist, the allegations aren’t true, this is just the work of malicious haters who want to see me down.. I can never raise my hand to beat a woman.. Thank you, I apologise for the inconveniences caused..For God and my country!!!

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