A Court Clerk was caught on Camera dancing to ‘Tumbiza Sound‘ song around court premises. When the news reached the court room, she was asked to apologize for what they called a defiant behavior from a person like her.
“My behavior was not appropriate and didn’t reflect the respect that was expected in court and there is no excuse for such behavior. I am deeply sorry for the misconduct and request for your pardon,” court clerk Kakidi apologized to Justice Henry Peter Adonyo, head of the commercial court Division of the high court.
What could have prompted this may have also been the fact that Ministry of health wrote to Uganda Communication Commission asking for them to ban that song.
According to them, the song was under estimating all the efforts they have been putting in to fight COVID-19. To them, the lyrics were controversial and prompting people to live recklessly.
So for a law student on internship to dance to this song, to them it meant overlooking all these events. Identified as Ann Kakidi, had to reassure the court room about her stand.
“It is a big lesson to always think twice before making certain decisions as an aspiring advocate. It will never happen again, my Lord.”
Is this right? Did they exaggerate, we are not sure. However, last week UCC didn’t actually ban the song but met up with the artist and asked him to redo the song. They asked him to change the lyrics to encourage people to maintain the SOPs. UCC will foot the whole bill for the re-shoot.
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