Man wants his grandfather recognized for inventing new sex style
19 November 2015, 17:07
Kampala - A 35-year-old man of western Uganda district of Kabale has shocked fellow villagers and the Ugandan community after saying that he wanted his grandfather to be recognized locally and internationally for inventing a unique sex style.
Bosco Tumusiime wants Kabale district to announce that his 84-year-old grandfather called Robert Asiimwe as a hero, and also put in the book of world records for inventing a unique sex style which has been adopted by all tribesmen.
The old man reportedly came up with the style in the 1970's and taught it to fellow young men.
He said that the style, locally called ''Kacabali'' is already spreading in other parts of the country and the world at large hence the need to recognize his grandfather.
Tumisiime reportedly started campaigning for his grandfather's recognition while with colleagues in a bar two weeks ago. Initially, they thought he was under the influence of alcohol but they got surprised on Thursday when he sought the advice of a lawyer to that effect.
One of his friends, Silvester Nsekanabo said, ''We did not take him seriously when he told us what he wanted to do. But he seems to be serious because he has consulted a lawyer about it.''
Tumusiime said, ''There is need to recognize my grandfather before he passes on. Not many people in the world have come up with such an idea which makes both parties sexualy satisfied within the shortest time possible."
According to the residents of Kabale district, the style has made their families stable with less need for married couples to seek sexual satisfaction outside marriage.
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