The Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has ordered Monitor Publications, the publishers of Daily Monitor to immediately suspend it’s on-line newspaper services for publishing a court case story against speaker Rebecca Kadaga.
Daily Monitor recently reported that Damian Akuze, a traditional healer from Kamuli district, had dragged Kadaga to a Jinja court for allegedly refusing to pay him for his sorcery that allegedly propelled her to her current position of speakership.
Akuze says Kadaga first procured his charms years ago and that ever since, he has continually invoked his powers to keep Kadaga in several powerful positions ever since.
The sorcerer says the Speaker procured the services so she could become an MP in the Ugandan parliament, member of the East African parliament, be appointed minister and speaker of Uganda parliament and be driven in a convoy like the president. In return, Akuze claims, Kadaga was to pay Shs 204,500,000 for the black magic services.
The UCC said Daily Monitor must within five days submit explanations as to why they ignored and failed to balance the story when they failed to get Kadaga’s side of the story before publication.
But this is not the first time the speaker is tied in black magic. In 2016, Kadaga was captured on camera before going to a traditional shrine ‘to homage to ancestral gods’.
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