Motor mouthed former presidential press secretary Tamale Mirundi swallowed a hip of all his words that he had been spitting for over 8 years when he did what he had made us believe was impossible.
For years, Mr Tamale Mirundi has attacked a number of people that he says where responsible for his dismissal from State house where he was working as the presidential press secretary.
An audio recording surfaced in which Mirundi appeared to have been attacking the First Lady Janat Museveni.
Mirundi refuted this and said the audio recording was doctored by people that included Journalist Andrew Mwenda and Minister Frank Tumwebaze.
His dismissal led to him frequently exposing all the alleged bad deeds that his enemies where doing in government.
He has vehemently accused the Minister of Agriculture Frank Tumwebaze for plotting to put off air all his radio and tv political shows. This was at a time when Frank Tumwebaze was the ICT Minister.
Mirundi also accused a click he refers to as Mafia group for indulging in Organ extradition business and human trafficking of innocent Ugandans.
His exposure of the alleged crimes by the powerful said mafias is the reason his radio and tv shows where targeted by Tunwebaze who is also part of the mafia group according to Mirundi.
Every opportunity Mirundi got in front of a camera or microphone, he assured the world that his differences with Frank Tumwebaze, Andrew Mwenda and a few others were irreconcilable.
“Me and those people can never reconcile, not on earth, not in the grave and definitely not in heaven because they humiliated me” Mirundi has repeatedly said on air.
Now all this seems to have changed at first son Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba’s 48th birthday bash held at Lugogo cricket oval when Tamale Mirundi and Frank Tumwebaze hugged with smiles in a gesture that had reconciliation written all over it.
Lugogo cricket oval will go down in history as the place where the possible met the impossible to become the ‘possimpible’ (dont bather looking it up, it doesn’t exist. ) It was coined by Barney Stinson on American sitcom, How I Met Your Mother.
When all is said and done, Mzei Mirundi Tetulikosonyiwa taata.