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By Mulengera Reporters 

Fred Lumbuye, a key spokesperson for NUP President Bobi Wine Kyagulanyi Sentamu, has reason to smile and carry on with the propagation of his fake news targeting public officials both in the Ugandan and Buganda government. This is so because there is now certainty that nothing will ever happen to him regarding efforts to have him deported back home so that he faces criminal justice in trial in the Ugandan courts.

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According Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs lawyer Nkunyingi Muwadda, who has thickly been involved in the Lumbuye legal battles, the Turkish Court has dismissed deportation proceedings which chief fake news peddler Fred Kajubi Lumbuye has been facing with a high likelihood of being sent back home.

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Because he has been leveraging on the advantages deriving from being away to defame people with impunity, Lumbuye risks a multiplicity of criminal and defamation civil suits should he ever come under the jurisdiction of Ugandan Courts. That’s besides the Ugandan state which naturally would be interested in having him apprehended for the deliberate falsehoods he has been spewing out while maliciously targeting key public officials.

Nkunyingi Muwadda, who is also an excellent private lawyer for many voiceless people in Greater Kampala, says he has spoken to the Turkish Ambassador in Kampala who has corroborated the information he had previously obtained from the suspect’s Turkey-based lawyers to the effect that the NUP propagandist is finally free and out of the woods.

Muwadda implores the Turkish authorities to carry on with that spirit, discharging their UN-level patriotic duty and obligations, to always ensure that free speech is protected at all times as opposed to the Lumbuyes of this world being deported back to the home countries even when it’s clearly not safe. (For comments on this story, get back to us on 0705579994 [whatsapp line], 0779411734 & 0200900416 or email us at




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