LDC Summons 8 students over Tumbiza sound twerking video

The Head of Bar Course has summoned 8 bar course students who featured in a viral self-recorded video shared online showing them dancing to the controversial Tumbiza song at the High Court Commercial Division Premises in Kampala.

The 8 law students are supposed to appear at their Law Development offices without fail.

The 8 who include Kakidi Ann, Annet Nambafu, Kalungi Hellen, Nabirye Zeridah Mary, Nyinamasiko Gloria, Kyomuhendo Justine, Kamaliza Immaculate and Basemera Edith recorded a video of themselves flaunting bums at the Court of Justice.

The girls, who were probably making the video for the gram, forgot and the video made it’s way to areas it wasn’t supposed to be.

To make matters worse, they were dancing to the Ministry of Health banned “Tumbiza Sound” jam by Kyambogo’s Eeazy.

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The Commercial Court, a temple of justice by legal standards, is a building of high reputation in law and the action of the girls attracted a lot of backfire from members of the legal fraternity.

As a result, they were asked to draft apology letters to the six members of the Commercial Court bench and promise never to do it again.

In an email to the 8, Victor Omega on behalf of the Head of the Bar Course noted that matters to be discussed with them will be tabled before them on arrival. 

“Treat this with the seriousness it deserves and endeavor to keep time.”

One of the student Kakidi had however written a letter to Justices Henry Peter Adonyo, Justice Duncan Gaswaga, Justice Richard Wabwire, Justice Boniface Wamala and Justice Susan Abinyo apologising for shooting the video.

“I humbly write to you to express my sincere apologies for the misconduct I was involved in yesterday January 4 at the Commercial Court Premises. I am Kakidi a clerkship student at commercial court. My colleague and I engaged in shooting a video at around 10:00 am around the court premises.” Reads part of the letter above.

In December last, year Director-General of Health Services in the Ministry of Health Dr Henry Mwebesa wrote to Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) asking them to immediately ban the broadcast of a popular song Tumbiza Sound by Eric Opoka aka EeZzy.


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