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Promoter Bajjo Affirms That Isma Olaxess’ Death Motivates Him to Continue Fighting for Human Rights

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The death of Isma Olaxess, also known as Jajja Iculi, has sent shockwaves across the nation of Uganda. The renowned blogger was shot dead in his home, leaving his family, friends, and colleagues in a state of mourning. However, for one man, his death has only served as a motivation to continue fighting for human rights.

Promoter Bajjo, a well-known human rights activist and promoter, while at the burial ceremony, he spoke out about Isma’s death and its impact on his work. In a statement, he acknowledged the pain and sadness that the loss of Isma has brought to the Ugandan community. However, he also expressed his determination to keep fighting for justice and the rights of all citizens.

Bajjo went on to applaud Isma for his honesty and straightforwardness, stating that he was always willing to speak his mind and stand up for what he believed in. He noted that Isma’s death has been a great loss to the country, as his voice was one of the few that spoke out against injustice and corruption.

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Bajjo also revealed that he initially had doubts about the circumstances surrounding Isma’s death. However, upon further investigation, he came to the realization that the blogger had indeed been shot and killed. He expressed his sympathy and condolences to Isma’s family and friends, adding that his heart goes out to them during this difficult time.

Despite the tragedy of Isma’s death, Bajjo is more determined than ever to continue his fight for human rights. He acknowledged that Isma’s killer has broken the hearts of many Ugandans and caused some to develop hate towards the side he was supporting. “Isma Olaxess killer has heartbroken many Ugandans and as a result, many people have developed hate towards the side he was supporting. His death doesn’t scare but encourages me to keep fighting for our rights,” Promoter Bajjo affirmed.

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