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Sheik Umar remanded to Luzira over false pretense

Nansana based traditional herbalist Sheik Umar Kamoga was remanded to Luzira over false pretense. (FILE PHOTO)

KAMPALA – Nabweru Chief Magistrate’s Court has on Friday, January 11 remanded Nansana based traditional herbalist Sheik Umar Kamoga commonly known as ‘Omulombi w’edduwa’ to Luzira until February 1st, 2019.

Umar is accused of obtaining Shs16 million from one of his clients, who he promised that he would pray for the money to double.

The controversial socialite famously known for throwing out dimes ‘Ebisagazi’ to revelers was charged for obtaining money by false pretense from one of his clients having promised to double the dimes after praying for them through the religious profound act of worship ‘Dua’.

Sources reveal that after waiting for several weeks and losing hope, the clients reported Sheikh Umar to Nansana Police.

Police swung into action and arrested Sheikh Umar on Thursday.

On Friday, Umar was charged with obtaining money by false pretense and remanded to Luzira

Sheikh Umar has over the years made a name for himself in dishing out money to his fans and local musicians.

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