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FULL STORY – Ashburg Katto Cries To Museveni About the Promised Cows

Ashraf katto alias Ashburg Katto was promised to be given cows the time he met with the President. He has now come out crying to President Museveni over his promised cows because they have never been delivered.
A few months back. Ashburg katto changed from People Party to NRM. He met the president through music promoter Balsam Byaruhanga.

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The president rewarded him with for a better living and as a way of influencing youths with better farming methods.
Katto took it on his social media complaining to the President about how he did not receive his cows. He entrusted a team working with the President to deliver his cows to his farm in the village. Unfortunately, he has never received them.

He said that he will forever give thanks to the President for giving him cows the time he visited him in kisozi earlier this year. It was so unfortunate that when the cows reached Okello House in Kampala they all disappeared.

“DEAR PRESIDENT MUSEVENI.
I won’t ever stop thanking you for the cows you gave me when I visited you in kisozi earlier this year… But unfortunately, when those cows reached Okello House in Kampala they all disappeared like Pyuu… I don’t know if they had magic but they disappeared or maybe they were descendants of Bihogo.
Unless Nga thy ran away and kept claimed their gold medal… Anyway, I will tell you all about it when I see you again.

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THE ONLY COWS AM LEFT WITH ARE THE ONES IN THESE PICS… EZADALA OMULAALO TEYAZITUUSA, YADDE AKOOYA KAMU BWEKATI. ” Katto posted

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