Former NTV Journalist Dean Lubowa Saava sent to Kitalya prison over blackmail

Dean Lubowa Saava has been remanded to Kitalya until May 19

Popular YouTuber and former journalist with NTV and NBS Television, Dean Lubowa Saava has been remanded to Kitalya prisons over blackmail and cybercrimes.

Saava will snleep in Kitalya prison until May 19, 2021 when his bail application will ne heard.

The city blogger was arrested two weeks ago by detectives from Criminal Investigation Directorate for reportedly maligning Capt. John Kasami and host of other prominent people

Through his YouTube Channel TMC TV (Africa Special show), Saava told his followers that Capt. Kasami mainly recruits youths from various universities in the country.

Lubowa in his trendy youtube video alleged that Capt. Kasami most times organises parties where he invites university students to have fun. And through such parties, he recruits them into homosexuality, he alleged.

The former NTV Uganda reporter also accused local musician Eddy Kenzo saying the music star uses his Big Talent Football Academy to recruit young boys into the immoral act.

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” Eddy Kenzo has a football academy which he used to recruit young boys into homosexuality. Yes we cannot deny the fact that he has worked a lot to be where he is, but we cannot accept such acts.

“And Eddy Kenzo shouldn’t come out to start shedding crocodile tears like he has always done while defending himself. he said then.

“Parties are always drugged so when students starting losing it, he puts them into pairs; a boy to a boy and a girl to a girl before ordering them to start making love,” Lubowa claimed.

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Prosecution alleges that Lubowa also attacked singers Irene Namubiru and Eddy Kenzo. For Namubiru, it is said he accuses her of human sacrifice. These offences were committed between April, prosecution further claimed.

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