Former presidential press adviser Tamale Mirundi has opened up on the St. Mary’s College Kisubi incident that saw the Public roast singer Winnie Nwagi following her perfomance which was termed as pornographic.
Last weekend, a video made circles showing the Swangz Avenue singer dancing with the students on stage in what many deemed inappropriate.
After going viral, it later on attracted public attention and the Minister of Ethics Fr. Simon Lokodo who issued summons right away for Nwagi to appear on the anti-pornography control committee set up to investigate cases of indecency and pornography.
Nwagi adhered to the summons and appeared for questioning before the committee earlier this week and thereafter issued a public apology in which she took responsibility for her actions and promised to refrain from any further actions of that kind.
Now Tamale Mirundi has spoken out about the scandal, laying the blame on the school headmaster and Board of Directors’ feet.
According to Tamale, the school management was clearly aware of Nwagi’s type of performances but they invited her anyway.
“Lokodo should first punish the headmaster for inviting Nwagi to perform at the school.
Why didn’t they ask the choir of ‘Christ The King’ to come and perform for the students?” he said in an interview with a local media house.