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Piglets back on street: Mutebile, Kasekende tagged alongside Kisaame

One of the youths who dropped piglets at Bank of Uganda. (PML Daily PHOTO)

KAMPALA– Police in Kampala are looking for five people who dropped piglets at central bank, Monday morning.

Mr Luke Owoyesigyire, the Kampala Metropolitan police spokesman told this website that over five yet to be identified youth dropped piglets at BoU with placards castigating the officials including governor Tumusiime Mutebile and his deputy Louis Kasekende over fraud and theft.

Other names tagged on the piglets included the outgoing dfcu managing director Juma Kisaame who is in the spotlight over leaked bank accounts in Bank of Africa that had about Shs152 b.

Kisaame was tagged alongside Edith Kasekende; a wife to Mr Kasekende whose bank accounts also leaked recently.

Piglets dropped at Bank of Uganda in Kampala. (PML Daily PHOTO)

The group accuses officials over fraud and unexplained closure of seven commercial banks.

Police said the piglets were picked and are currently kept at Kampala Central Police Station.

“We have two piglets at CPS but the youth who dropped them took off. We are looking for them and they’ll be charged with violation of animal rights,” said Mr Owoyesigyire.

 

 

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