The female lawmaker who caused the imprisonment of a 25-year-olad man who was obsessed with her and professed his “undying love” for her while stalking her, has been forced to speak out after much criticisms (see HERE).
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The Ugandan student identified as Brian Isiko, was convicted and sentenced to 2 years in prison on his own plea of guilty to counts of cyber harassment and offensive communication after professing his “love” for Kabalore Woman Member of Parliament, Ms Sylvia Rwabwoogo.
He confessed that the calls and text messages professing obsessed love to the MP he had never physically seen, were from him.
According to reports, the female politician who is single cried as she told court that she started receiving calls admitting love from a stranger.
She took to her social media page earlier today to share her side of the story. Read below;
Dear Friends, Colleagues and Supporters
Before you go on judging me and scolding me, I want to let you know that there’s more than meets the eye in all this saga that has turned out to be a national issue. What most of you regard as mere love messages should know that this was not just love messages. This boy was being used by some selfish individuals in a mission to lure me with love and kill me.
I endured fear and suffering due to those who sent Brian to trap and kill me. Nebanda was killed in such a way. I didn’t have to wait to be killed, as a precautionary measure I had to seek the solace of authorities to protect myself, my family and constituents from horror.
If it was for love, I have had many even those younger than Brian and much older, but this was none like other with intentions to harm me.
Let’s see how the authorities handle the situation. I call upon fellow Ugandans to be vigilant at all times, we cannot go on dying like animals. Vigilance is key.For God and my Country!
Ms Kamasanyu handed Isiko two years in prison on the count of cyber harassment and nine months for offensive communication, which sentences will run concurrently.