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Busiro North MP-elect allegedly steals phone.

Nsubuga Paul (Courtesy Photo)

Police in Kampala is hunting for the newly elected Busiro North Member of Parliament, Paul Nsubuga for allegedly stealing a Kabiriti phone loaded with mobile money totalling to Shs 4.5 million.

Nsubuga who was contesting on the National Unity Platform ticket and is still a NUP member defeated Dennis Galabuzi Ssozi (NRM) in the recently concluded parliamentary elections.

Nsubuga was captured on CCTV camera taking off with a phone that belongs to a mobile agent in Kampala, an act which was described as shameful both to him and the party.

Through NBS uncut show, the agent said the matter was reported to the police but up to now nothing much has been done to ensure that he is brought to book.

“As I was serving him, the man (Nsubuga) entered the shop pretending to be one of our customers, holding a Nokia phone,he sat in that chair as we work upon him.We later deposited the money in his Mobile account, after he stood up and place a news paper on the Mobile Money phone that was on the table here,”the agent narrated.

“As I was working upon another customer,I turned around only to realise that the Mobile Money phone has been taken,”

The Kampala Metropolitan Deputy Police spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigyire confirmed the incident adding that a complaint has been filed at the police station.
He said they are looking for Nsubuga to answer the charges against him.

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