– The Tourism minister had said the government would add sexy women among tourists attractions
– Museveni clarified the proposal was not a Cabinet decision
– The president noted there was need to explain what it takes to be a beauty queen
– He warned young women needed to be handled with extreme care and caution
Uganda President Yoweri Museveni has made it clear no woman in his country will be paraded or allowed to expose her body as part of tourist attraction.
Speaking when he met investors at State House on Thursday, February 7, Museveni condemned the proposal to include curvy women in the list of tourism attraction to boost the industry.
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Daily Monitor reported the president clarified the initiative by State Minister for Tourism Godfrey Kiwanda was not a Cabinet decision neither is there any justification tourists will visit Uganda just to see ladies’ behinds.
“This was not a Cabinet decision. People should not come here to see women. I don’t like the idea that we are marketing our women for tourism. I have also seen the pictures of curvy women displaying themselves. One of those women in the photos is a sharp shooter,” he said.
Museveni further warned there was need to handle women with extreme caution because it would be hard to explain the beauty queen (Quiin Abenakyo, Miss World Africa’s) victory.
“We should take time and look at this. I have my private view on all these but I haven’t discussed them. Certainly, I would not allow my grandchildren to show their body appearance. We are only encouraging Abenakyo to use her position as Miss World Africa to sell Uganda to the rest of the world,” he added.
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