Lwengo's Mutabazi kicked off RwandAir flightAds
Lwengo LCV Chairman, George Mutabazi, was kicked off a RwandAir flight that was heading to Entebbe from Kigali. In a 14-second-video that has emerged, Mutabazi who is clad in a pink shirt and a navy blue suit is seen being dragged off the plane while yelling on top of his voice;
"Woowee....Why do you do this to me, I'm a leader, What have I done, Do I deserve this, Do I deserve this really, why is this happening to me, what have I done...." But the two cops that held him by his trousers with his feet barely touching the plane corridor did not entertain his pleas, he was thrown off the plane.
Flight attendants found him to be too drunk and therefore, unfit to travel as he could be a nuisance to other passengers.Ads
It was a dramatic moment for the Lwengo residents who landed on the clip. Mutabazi is on record for having unleashed several strokes of the cane to Lwengo residents who he found either taking alcohol during working hours or were idle and disorderly.
He also does not entertain grass thatched houses in his area. These and many more is what is best known of The national association of local governments president, George Mutabazi.
In a typical movie style of a star who never dies, George Mutabazi has come out to defend his actions;
"I happened to have travelled to Bujumbura Burundi for a two day's conference organized by the Secretary General's Assembly on East African Communities..I travelled via Kigali and on my way back I had 5 hour delay of transit and I walked out of the airport and came back and checked in for my ebb flight in time..."Ads
"While on the plane, there was a problem of mistaken Indentity, I was asked to get off the plane, I questioned why, so there was a scuffle, so I made an alarm because I didn't know where I was going, so I had to attract the attention of my fellow passengers so that if anything happened to me, they would know, but on talking to security officials they realized there was no problem. Whatever is on social media, please igone, and thanks to all those who have showed their concern."