By our Reporter
If there is one thing Ugandans know how to do, it is to be happy. They always find happiness even in the most difficult and wired situations.
If you come up with a very serious speech and make a sarcastic statement just to spice up your speech, they will choose sarcasm and leave you to think for them process by process. Having doubts! Think hard about the Nakyambadde and Kiddawalime story.
With the current situation of total lockdown, Ugandans have found happiness and joy from social media. It’s their dictionary now as every day, they find a new word to help bring life to their statements.
The most trending word now is Nabanja. This is the surname of the newly appointed prime minister. The meer mentioning of this name gives hope to netizens. However, they believe it must be followed with a mobile money message of shs100,000 for the COVID-19 relief money that was promised by the government. Nabanja is currently, Ugandans’ “best” friend as almost everyone on social media has saved her number.
End in Soil Erosion
Social Media in-laws are not the kind to celebrate one’s happiness as you rarely find them congratulating a new a couple without negative comments on a side.
Their love for misery grows now and then and this has moved them from the “It will end in tears” phrase to “It will end in Soil Erosion.”
Well, it looks like the kind of misery they wish for fellow netizens can only be compared to running water and wind.
Before National Drug Authority approved Covidex, Ugandans were already getting treated with “ka chai,” call it Kamwokyazenecha. It is called so because of its originality and it cannot be taken by cowards.
Well, that will automatically happen if Ugandans don’t get the promised Mobile Money messages.
Tugenda Kufa was invented by the Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago during the first phase of Lockdown in 2020.
Ugandans continue to use it even today relating with the current situation as it is believed that only the fit will survive.
This is how the process of sleeping with a naive girl starts.
Social media uses this to term anyone who doesn’t know what is taking place but is ready to move with the floor process by process.
Process by Process/ Pulosesi by Pulosesi
This is currently trending but anytime now, it will be long forgetten pulosesi by pulosesi.
Before, Peter Sematimba’s baby mama disclosed her naivety, the word was rarely used as it meant gradual movement of a stated topic.
Things took twists and turns when a naive maid was taken pulosesi by pulosesi by a famous politician and business man until they had a child.
This too was invented by the Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago during the previous Lockdown.
Today, it describes people expecting money from the government they didn’t vote for in January.
Katengo is one of those popular phrases invented by NUP president Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine. It means cowardice.
Well, this is pulosesi by pulosesi leaving us
Nakyambadde is when a woman prepares for rapist’s touch.