Minister Anite Celebrates Birthday  Like Slay  Queen

Minister Anite Celebrates Birthday  Like Slay  Queen

By Ivan Mwine

velyn Kajik Anite, the State Minister  of Finance for Investment and Privatization, either wants to keep up with the time or might be nursing some rare case of fixation.

This comes after our Moles revealed  that Anite, who is an accomplished entrepreneur, politician and wife of Allan Kajik, decided to celebrate her 32nd birthday in a very rare style.

According to Moles, whereas she was expected to celebrate her birthday like a lady, Anite stunned several Ugandans after she decided to celebrate her BD like a slay queen.

Snaps that Moles have seen depict Anite lying on a bed covered with flowers and balloons, with the numbers ‘3’ and ‘2’ in the background, an indication that she is celebrating 32 years on earth.

Minister Evelyn Anite with hubby Allan Kajik

However, it is not yet clear whether this is her bedroom or it was a special treat at one of the city hotels.

But her  celebration style  has left many people wondering why she decided to pull such  a slay queen move, yet she is a well-known and respected lady not only in Uganda but across the world, who was expected to celebrate her BD in a  lady-like  manner.

Evelyn Anite Kajik, commonly known as Evelyn Anite, is a Ugandan journalist, politician and minister.

Previously, she served as State Minister for Youth, having been appointed to that position on 1 March 2015, replacing Ronald Kibuule, who was then appointed State Minister for Water Resources.

She also served as the elected Member of Parliament for Koboko Municipality, in the West Nile sub-region, in the Northern Region of Uganda, a position she occupied from 2011 until 2021.

In the 2020 National Resistance Movement (NRM) primary elections, Anite lost to Dr Charles Ayume, the son of former speaker of the Ugandan Parliament, the late Francis Ayume.

She is recalled for speaking in support of the removal of the age limit bill, some years back when she said that the ruling party (NRM) had “the numbers and the national army on their side”.

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