We have another episode of ‘Battle of the Dimes’ featuring Shanitah Namuyimbwa alias Bad Black and Ministry of Health. In the first episode, Bad Black served a notice of intention to sue to the government and Precision Media Limited in which she demands compensation of Shs550 million for doing COVID-19 advert back in April this year.
A few hours ago, the Ministry of Health released a statement to clarify on Bad Black’s allegations, and the statement says that Bad Black, just like other key influential people, agreed to voluntarily record cautionary videos with Precision Media Ltd with supervision from the Ministry of Health to help sensitize the general public about the disease.
In the second episode, Bad Black has come out to clarify, that as a “proud hoe”, she does not offer free services because she is not Charity.
“Since when have I ever been charity? My name has never been Charity pay me you dogs. You would have used your daughters to make such an advert many people could wish to advertise it and become volunteers. I’ve never being Charity, I am Shanitah Namuyimbwa aka Bad Black,” She replied to the statement from the Ministry of Health.
Bad Black has gone ahead to say that these ‘corrupt thieves’ are spoiling President Museveni’s name and that she needs to be paid because she has “kids who need basic needs just like you.” She says the Ministry of Health took advantage of her brand and influence in the country.