Thursday, August 22, 2019
Stand Off Arise As Vision Group Journalists Storm Salt Media

After pr. Bujjingo apologizing to the women and the nation at large, it has gone past individuals to a media business battle level.

Today the vision group journalists invaded salt media premises with 2 ladies carrying sanitary pads & cotton wool with intentions of vandalizing salt media property only to be intercepted by Lunguja Police.

As a result, a fight broke out between the vision group-intruding journalists and the salt media staff that were attacked at their offices.

Charles James Ssenkubuga the salt media general manager condemned the act and appealed to the Uganda journalists association (UJA) & UCC to intervene.

In addition, Ssenkubuge railed the journalists over abusing media rights, inciting groups to invade a media house instead of defending the media rights. He further apologized to the salt media fans over the scuffle and urged that the brawl should stop with immediate effect.

Meanwhile, various people on the social media expressed their views wondering as to why the vision group has picked much interest in the matter and working towards the collapse of salt media & the HPMI church.

 

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