Anne Kansiime clarifies on arrest rumours
“On behalf of Kansiime Anne, the Kansiime brand and following we would like to issue a statement in regards to http://metro-uk.com/anne-kansiime-arrested-at-london-heathrow-airport-with-2kg-of-cocaine/ .
First of all we would like to acknowledge all our ninjas who have shown genuine love and concern by inquiring from us what is going on. Kansiime is in Uganda and has been in Uganda for the last 3 weeks since returning from work in South Africa late January and hasn’t been to the UK since November 2016 with proof of location that can be found on all social media platforms for Kansiime Anne.
It is a pity that some online tabloids find it exciting to fabricate stories that tarnish the image of honest hardworking people. We kindly request the public to be smart and reject helping such tabloids grow their following by riding on the hard Labour of others. Kansiime Anne is a role model to many across different age brackets something that she doesn’t take for granted and is highly committed to.
Once again we thank all media platforms and journalists whose unwavering faith in Kansiime has played a huge role in clearing the lies that were being fed to the innocent public.
We return all glory to God for the blessing that is the Kansiime brand and we are working extremely hard with faith that the best is yet to come”
Meanwhile Children under Kansiime Foundation have started secondary school. The funniest Ugandan woman expressed her joy at the achievement.
“Finally our children #KansiimeFoundation have started Secondary School.
Wululululululul doing the happy dance arms akimbo jumping around…….
Am sure my ninjas, u will agree with me that school fees these days is not our relative at all so i know u understand my excitement fellow parents.
So, our pioneer children at the foundation just checked into their various Schools of their choice this morning and we refuse to take any of this for granted and we want to thank God and declare that we know where all our Hope and Grace comes from. For God and My Country,” Anne Kansiime.