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Promoters Abitex and Bajjo vow to arrest tormentors if police doesn’t

Music promoters, Abby Musinguzi alias Abtex (right) with partner Andrew Mukasa aka Bajjo events (2nd right) joined by Kawempe lord counselor Muhammed Ssegirinya (2nd left) and a people power coordinator western region displaying photographs of men whom they claim to have beaten them early this month as they attempted to sell bail me out campaign T-shirts. They were addressing the media at Muganzilwazza in Katwe today. PHOTO BY MICHAEL KAKUMIRIZI

Promoters Abbey Musinguzi a.k.a. Abitex and Andrew Mukasa, also known as Bajjo have given Police a seven-day ultimatum, to bring to book the goons that clobbered them at the beginning of this month.

After receiving medical treatment, Abtex and Bajjo addressed a Press Conference and asked Police to arrest the hooligans who beat them up in Owino, where they were selling the ‘bail me out’ campaign t-shirts and promoting their marathon that is yet to happen.

“We have all the photos of the hooligans that the DPC of Old Kampala Police hired to come and beat us and when we reported to Old Kampala Police, they didn’t listen to our pleas,” Bajjo said.

He added that their ‘Bail Me Out Campaign, which was initially meant to encourage police to free all those that were wrongfully arrested, would be renamed as the ‘Bail Me Out Campaign Reloaded’.

Speaking at the same press conference, politician Mohammed Ssegirinya, resounded the message and said they would arrest the hooligans by themselves and hand them over to Police, if police does not act within seven days.

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