Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Sqoop - Get Uganda entertainment news, celebrity gossip, videos and photos
Sqoop – Get Uganda entertainment news, celebrity gossip, videos and photosSqoop – Get Uganda entertainment news, celebrity gossip, videos and photos

News

Omulangira Ssuuna announces Shs1 million bounty on blogger Isma Olaxess

 

After successfully getting court to remand to prison three TV presenters, Omulangira Ssuuna is on another hunt.

His target this time is blogger Isma Olaxess. The Love Yo singer, real name Emmanuel Ssuuna says he has a police reference number with instructions to arrest the blogger, real name Ibrahim Tusubira, on sight.

“I have looked for him everywhere. I even have a police reference number with me with instructions to arrest him on sight. I also have Shs1 million for whoever knows where I can find him,” Ssuuna says.

Ssuuna accuses Olaxess of offensive communication and criminal libel, which offences he successfully got court to remand Isaac Kawalya Ssemulondo alias Kays, Bryan Kennedy Waako and Williams Makuliro who work for NEXT media. According to Ssuuna, social media comments following the arrest of the three TV presenters indicate that Ugandans love him.

”I thought people no longer love me. I’ve just realized that I still have so much support from Ugandans. Thank you for the love. Please love my music as well,” he adds.

Ssuuna claims that Olaxess, like the other three remanded presenters, has repeatedly attacked him on television.

It is alleged that they talked about Mr Ssuuna’s family, his financial status and accused him of being tormented by evil spirits.

In a previous interview with our reporter, the Criminal Investigations Directorate (CID) spokesperson, ASP Charles Twiine said efforts to apprehend Olaxess were underway.

“He should be a good civilian and bring himself to police to avoid embarrassment,” he said.

According to Twiine, journalists and people in the media should be careful when talking about people in the media to avoid making statements that are criminal in nature.

“These four presenters made repeatedly offensive statements on television despite caution from the complainants. They were warned but continued to repeat the statement,” he said.

You May Also Like

Features

Naija. Uganda/Nigeria, this is a musical conversation that has been around since 2014. At that time, Bebe Cool wondered why local DJs prioritised foreign...

Columnists

The haggling, the sweet endearments, the lugambo… Belonging: In Uganda, introversion is a crime, you must belong to some social outfit, some church group,...

Fashion & Beauty

CASUAL: Fashion always remains one of the most surprising elements of life. One day, Vogue dismisses bulky clothes for tight ones, yet on another...

Fashion & Beauty

When choosing what to wear in the morning, I put into consideration… My activities of the day, and whom I plan on meeting determine...

Advertisement