Friday, July 19, 2019
Bajjo’s Trouble Deepens As Security Organs File Multiple Charges Against Him While In Detention

Andrew Mukasa the music concert promoter alias ‘Bajjo’ got himself in deep trouble as police and special investigations unit charge with various cases, worse still he was retained by special investigations unit, which is interrogating him.

Ssekanjako Abubecker that Bajo’s lawyer revealed that the cases filed against his client include insulting the president and internet/social media abuse.

According to Fred Enanga, the police spokesperson Bajo was arrested last week on Saturday at Centenary Park.

Abbey Musinguzi alias Abitex and other colleagues stormed Kireka to witness pal’s interrogation.

Initially the press was forbidden to access the SIU headquarters in Kireka, however later they were permitted to enter.

Balam Barugahare one of the music concert promoters scorned the colleagues, stating that they have become so arrogant to the extent of insulting the president of Uganda.

Bajo while addressing the press affirmed that he wouldn’t give up or get distracted.

At 4 PM Elias Lukwago the lord mayor and counsel to Bajo arrived and entered the office for a discussion with the SIU officers.

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