Hon Betty Nambooze Released on Bond On Grounds Of Medical Condition

BY: Eyalama In Business, Politics On

After being arrested from her home in Mukono Central Division Mukono Municipality following investigations into posts she shared on social media that are alleged to have breached the computer misuse act.

Nambooze was dragged from her home at around 8:00am where she was taken to Jinja Police station before she was transferred to Nagalama police station over investigations relating to offensive communication, a breach of the Computer Misuse Act.

Her lawyers led by Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago were however able to secure her bond later on grounds that she has a medical condition that requires her to be home.

One of her lawyers Samuel Muyizi informed us that she will be expected to report to Kibuli CIID head quarters on 19th June 2018.

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However After spending the whole day in police custody, Mukono Municipality’s Member of Parliament Betty Nambooze Bakireke was yesterday evening released on bond after her lawyers being led by  Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago were however able to secure her bond later on grounds that she has a medical condition that requires her to be home.

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