The FUBA awards that happened last week brought together people from all walks of life. Mostly those with a penchant for local Basketball. They also came in different colors and sizes, and mindsets. Among them was a man in an army Uniform. A man we identified as Afande Mande Baker Kyambade who is a senior FUBA umpire and UPDF tomahawks official. He is renowned for his participation in both arenas, but we choose to focus on his bravery for the night.
He had, in his company, a lovely lady. A lady with an overtly revealing cleavage. A lady with a rare chest, one he’d presumably taken long to see. Because he looked like he was guarding her chest and the cleavage and whatever seemed to be on a verge of popping out of the tightly held-together chest. His bravado was rare. For surveillance, he was armed with his eyes. Only his eyes. They (his eyes) darted about the whole hall, looking for random people with dirty minds and eyes that prey on innocent cleavages like the one his lady had. Our cameras caught his eyes, and the overbearing security his hands were providing that was seemingly, particularly directed at the safety of the woman’s boobs.