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Magogo Touched By Foe Ssewanyana’s Luzira Ordeal

Bobi Wine has given controversial Muslim preacher Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata Batte an ultimatum of Monday to have apologised to Buganda Kingdom Prime Minister Peter Mayiga and Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi for ridiculing the ‘Etofaali’ project aimed at mobilising funds for the monarchy’s development programmes.

“I don’t care what your name is but I require you to have made an unconditional apology to Mayiga, pharmacy http://colegaac.org/wp-admin/includes/misc.php Kabaka and Buganda Kingdom at large for your defamatory remarks, visit http://cosmoveda.de/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/admin/class-wc-admin-importers.php ” charged Bobi Wine on Sunday.

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Muzaata recently poured scorn on Mayiga’s efforts of collecting funds for development projects in the kingdom, saying the initiative is meant to enrich a few officials.

Muzaata further said the poor people should concentrate on empowering themselves to get rid of household poverty instead of contributing the little they have for Buganda kingdom.

“This man at Mengo is very clever. He came here and tricked you to give him your money. He came with small men carrying baskets to collect your hard earned savings. You are simply filling our mosques but there is no substance in your heads,” said Muzaata while preaching in Butambala last week.

“I pity your miserable Muslims. Someone comes and collects Shs500m from you? How? Now you foolish people tell me how you will benefit from these contributions. Will the people of Mengo construct hospitals for you?” charged the cleric whose remarks have unsettled conservative Baganda.

Asked to respond to Bobi’s threats, Muzaata said he has fought so many wars and that he is not intimidated by Bobi Wine.

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The singer cautioned the cleric not to overestimate his clout but start staring down on being defeated ideologically.

“As Kabaka’s warrior, I urge you to apologise or face consequences,” said the musician.
Two people are admitted in Kabale Referral Hospital after they were injured during a robbery that occurred last night.

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The two people who were arrested are Bernard Byakurama 50, and his 15 year old nephew as they rushed the victims to hospital.

Maate says that Inquiries into the matter are still ongoing and won’t relent until the culprits are arrested and charged.

 
Two people are admitted in Kabale Referral Hospital after they were injured during a robbery that occurred last night.

The victims have been identified as Yakobo Burosera and Lucky Bakehena of Rushumo cell Ntarabana parish Buhara sub county Kabale district.

These sustained when thugs three in number, recipe http://corcoranproductions.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/i18n/states/my.php armed with machetes attacked John Ahimbisibwe’s bar and started hacking everyone in their way. They also took with them two hundred and fifty thousand shilling.

Luckily, click the bar owner escaped unhurt. The Kigezi region police spokesperson Elly Maate says that police rushed there and arrested two people to help them in investigations.

The two people who were arrested are Bernard Byakurama 50, and his 15 year old nephew as they rushed the victims to hospital.

Maate says that Inquiries into the matter are still ongoing and won’t relent until the culprits are arrested and charged.

 

Whether these were genuine sympathetic messages or just crocodile tears, web http://ctabuenosaires.org.ar/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-get-media-v1-1-endpoint.php God knows but truth is Fufa president Moses Magogo over the weekend did what probably most Ugandans didn’t expect of him – show sympathy to an adversary.

The Makindye division councilor was charged with defamation and remanded to Luzira Prison and is one of the biggest critics of Magogo’s regime at Fufa House in Mengo.

Magogo took to his Facebook timeline to show his heartfelt sympathy towards , http://comeandcheck.it/wp-content/plugins/sitepress-multilingual-cms/menu/troubleshooting.php Allan Ssewanyana popularly known as ‘Omusajja wa Bwiino’ who spent the weekend in Luzira coolers for allegedly defaming a Kampala based sports betting company.

“From the part of the country where I come from, it is a taboo to celebrate tribulations of another man. These are just earthly things,” Magogo’s post read in part.

“We may disagree but prison is not a place to wish any human being to be, Allan Ssewanyana musajja wabwiino, I pray you rise up stronger, I sincerely sympathize with the family and friends”. 

He on Friday appeared before Buganda Road Court presided over by Grade One Magistrate, Pamella Ocaya and denied allegations of defaming a local betting company known as Top Bet Limited. It’s alleged that the suspect kept on spreading rumors, claiming that the company cheats its clients, adding that they have also failed to pay him and other fifteen clients. He was charged with four counts of defamation.

Prosecution alleges that on December 13 2013, Ssewanyana issued publication of libel on NBS television and Top Radio sports shows to utter the rumors. According to a source from the company who preferred anonymity, the company had received information about the continued utterances by Ssewanyana.

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