Mona-Lisa should be arrested for dating a minor
17 AUG 2017 11:50 AM
The Ethics and Integrity minister, Father Simon Lokodo has said that the relationship between these two is unacceptable and it should not go on irrespective of whether the young man is above 18 or not.
Ethics and Integrity minister Father Simon Lokodo has ordered for the arrest of a Swedish woman aged 70 that is dating a young man of 19. Mona-Lisa Larsson and Aziz Maganda have been making headlines after their new found love.
The Head of Imams, Sheikh Nuhu Batte Muzaata, was among those who came up to say this was wrong and it should not go on. Aziz shot back at the Sheikh warning him to back off from his affair with Lisa because he was not about to give up on his love goals.
Mona-Lisa on the other hand was having fun all the way and on her wall, she shares pics of Aziz captioned as; "This is my boy and I love him to bits.."
The minister for Ethics and Integrity has also joined the list of those saying this is unacceptable and the Swedish woman be arrested.
"I find that unacceptable and it's incredible. This woman should be arrested for committing criminal acts against minors. Whether he is above 18 or not, this is unacceptable and it's called abuse of small children. If the young man is looking for money, fine he should call her mother and go on to enjoy the money, but not as a lover and if he goes with him to Sweden, we will go for them."
However, this is coming a bit late after the old mama learnt that her lover boy was playing games, she left for Sweden without him. Aziz was on telly telling whoever cared to know that there was no way she could love the old ma, he is looking for money.
Aziz is now left in tears after losing out on the money, the old mama and his much cherished travel to Sweden.
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