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MP Abiriga Summoned To Court For Urinating In Public Place

Court in Kampala has summoned Arua Municipality MP Ibrahim Abiriga for being a public nuisance.

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The Kampala City Hall Court on Wednesday issued criminal summons against the MP popularly known as the Yellow Abiriga after he admitted urinating near the gate of ministry of finance.
The summons signed by Grade one magistrate Beatrice Khainza require Mr Abiriga to appear before court on October 6, 2017.

The KCCA prosecution team has charged  Arua Municipality MP with being a public nuisance.

It’s alleged that on September 25, 2017 along Kyaggwe Road within Kampala city, Abiriga committed the offence by easing himself on the fence of the Ministry of Finance.

This comes a few days after a picture showing the MP easing himself near the gate of Ministry of finance went viral.
Mr Abiriga was quoted in the media saying he was badly off and that’s why he got out of the car to ease himself in the open.
“I was badly off. Should I have kept urine on myself? What is the problem with that?” he said on Tuesday in a televised interview at the entrance of Parliament chambers.

Source: Monitor

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