Just few days after Kabarole woman Member of Parliament (MP) Sylvia Rwabwogo revealed that Brian Isiko, a YMCA student has resumed sending love messages despite having been stopped by court, the yummy looking MP was on Tuesday November 27th ordered to read the love messages sent by Isiko in court.
During last Friday’s (November 23rd) retrial session at the Buganda road magistrate Court, Rwabwogo’s lawyers revealed that the YMCA alleged stalker had sent more love messages to the MP, however it was disagreed by Isiko’s lawyers as they asked the Kabarole MP to deliver fresh evidence. The case was adjourned to yesterday November 27th.
Rwabwogo finally agreed to read the mind blowing love messages during yesterday’s session, which were followed by mixed reactions from people as they termed Isiko to be a “genius”.
Below are the love messages said to be disturbing Rwabwogo’s peace;
“Good morning baby Angel. I can give my life for my country. But also, I can take a life for love. Even a thousand men and more, I would battle. I would fight for you.”
“Good morning Princess! Love is not reasonable, love just happens without any reason. We are born multiple times sometimes as husband and wife, sometimes as lovers and sometimes as strangers. But in the end, we definitely meet.”
“Give your life to me because my heart is yours. Sacrifice your pride for me because I can perish in your love. I love you little angel.”
“It’s like catching lightening, the chances of finding someone like you, and it’s one in a million.”
“Do you know why you blocked me from calling you? It’s because when the heart is talking to a heart, then the lips must remain quiet.”
“If I was blind then I would not have seen the most beautiful thing in the world. You! Not only have I buried your name on my body, but also in my heart, in my mind and in my soul.Now no one can stop me from loving you, not even you. Gdngt Angel Sylvia!”
The case was on Tuesday afternoon adjourned again due to lack of equipment to listen to the recorded audio CDs containing love songs allegedly composed by Isiko as dedications to Rwabwogo.