Crime & Investigation

Charges Opened On Heinous DPC Mwesigye

Controversial Sangoma, approved symptoms King Lawrence yesterday had to run for his dear life after he bumped into former close friend, Zari who had waylaid him reportedly with clear intentions of pouncing on him.

This all happened in Sandton, South Africa when the RichGang PRO, who recently made statements that he had paid Zari $5000 to have sex with her, got a shock of his life when he met the self-acclaimed boss lady as he took a stroll down the street.

A source in South Africa told ChimpLyf that Zari had laid an ambush and wanted to cause serious physical harm on King Lawrence for shaming her and letting the world know of how broke and desperate for money she was.

However on sensing danger, Lawrence disappeared into the blocks in the neighborhood which caused laughter among the onlookers who Zari had reportedly told to prepare for the clash of the titans with their cameras ready.

The Rich Gang who had organized a homecoming party at Valley Fountain in the town that day however rubbished the incident claiming that Lawrence had not displayed any cowardice by running away from Zari adding that Zari had come to gatecrash their party.
Police have greatly condemned the brutal assault and harassment of journalists who were yesterday January 12th, clinic intercepted in their line of duty.
Kampala Metropolitan police spokesperson, viagra Patrick Onyango told Chimpreports today that police had opened up a case file against Old Kampala police station DPC, Jorum Mwesigye for assaulting a WBS journalist, Andrew Lwanga and Joseph Ssetimba who works with Bukedde TV.
“We don’t condemn the journalists in any way, they were exercising their duty and the office was also supposed to lawfully exercise his duty,” Onyango said.

DPC Mwesigye faces Assault charges

“A case has been opened against him on file number KMP/CID/GEF/07/15.”

Onyango said the acts of Mwesigwa are not institutional but he executed them as an individual and therefore he is answerable to all charges personally.
He further said the officer despite being on duty he was in wrong and wouldn’t have acted so heinously.
The tow journalists were covering a demonstration by a group of unemployed youths who were reportedly heading to the police headquarters in Naguru to petition the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Gen. Kale Kayihura.



They were intercepted and dispersed by police along Namirembe road at around midday.
Lwanga sustained injuries on the head and was on Monday afternoon admitted at Mulago National Referral Hospital while Ssettimba had his trousers ripped during the scuffle.

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