Democratic Party (DP) president and presidential flag bearer Nobert Mao is hitting the news lines again. And this is not in the usual manner, but rather in an ugly way. This is because he made a married woman Beatrice Kayanja, desert her home and he shields in the names of campaigns and took her. Her husband Martin Kayanja is shedding tears.
They say, when a man takes your wife, just sit and believe that he did things better than you, but this time, Martin Kayanja will not allow Nobert Mao chill on his wife yet the two (Martin and Beatrice Kayanja) have children together.
The visibly in pain and vulnerable UK based businessman, Martin Kayanja has recorded a long video, almost shedding tears and begged Mao to stop using his wife as his. In the same video, Kayanja says that Beatrice left her home in March and the whole quarantine found her at Nobert Mao’s place. He begged and asked her to yes, do the campaigns, but she should go back home because as a husband he misses her and their children are always missing their mother.
In pain Kayanja explains that people call him asking him what happened between him and Beatrice since they see her with Nobert Mao day in and out. Continuously, he begged that at least Mao should choose from the many women DP has, to move with and leave his wife alone.
This have fallen on the deaf ears of Nobert Mao and if he remains defiant, we may see a twist of events and another drama scene may happen in Uganda. This comes days after a one Jerome Mugenyi was caught pants down in another man’s bedroom feasting on a married woman. Until he was almost stabbed with the spear, now Mao may be risking the same thing to enter his home.
Briefly, Who is Beatrice Kayanja?
She is a politician and had contested for the Kampala Lord Mayor race until the Electoral Commission nullified her bid saying that she was not registered as a voter and her qualification document were lacking. She ever since started to appear on all campaign trails of DP flag bearer Mao.
Born and raised in Najjanankumbi, a suburb of Kampala, Kayanja went to Trinity College and Makerere High School before joining Nairobi College where she pursued a diploma in Travel and Tourism and later at Westminster University in the United Kingdom for a Degree in Information Technology and Project Management.
For eight years, Kayanja worked as a full time IT trainer at the Microsoft headquarters in Reading, UK until 2012 when she started.