Student goes berserk after seeing old women strip naked
21 April 2015, 22:16
Kampala - A 22-year-old male journalism student who recently covered a function in which over 20 elderly women aged between 50 and 70 years stripped naked before ministers has since gone berserk.
Patrick Ocaya Junior says that he no longer sleeps at night because of nightmares. He claims that whenever he falls asleep, he sees naked old women attacking him with machetes.
Patrick, a jounalist on internship was among those who witnessed a bizarre incident where eldery women stripped naked before two miniters including Internal affairs Minister, General Aronda Nyakairima and Minister for Lands, Daudi Migereko.
The incident took place last Thursday in Amuru district, nothern Uganda during a peaceful demonstration by residents of Appa village.
They were demonstrating against the re-opening of Adjuman and Amuru border. They feared that with the re-opening of the border, they could lose their land.
Carrying placards denouncing re-opening of the boundaries, they sat in the middle of the road screaming at the ministers at the top of their voices. They later walked towads the ministers but were stopped by their bodyguards.
''I had never seen naked old women in my life. Twenty of them, with wrinkles all over their bodies; it was terrible I regretted going there,'' said Patrick who confesses that he has become mentally unstable since then.
His relatives have said that if he does not stabilize soon, they will seek servises of a psychiatrist.
One of them, Jeremiah Okello said, ''He is a young man who has not seen many bad things. After looking at naked old women, he has lost his head. We will take him for counselling.''
Incidentally, the ministers postponed the re-opening of boundaries.
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