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The police has charged Paul Mubiru and Hajib Kiggundu on 3 counts. This stems from an incident where Mubiru changed into visible promoting grasshoppers, a neighborhood delicacy known as Nsenene, aboard Uganda Airlines closing Friday.

According to Fred Enanga, the spokesperson of Uganda Police Force says the duo have been charged on three counts, that is common nuisance behaviour, negligence, and refusal to observe lawful inflight commands.

Both young men deal in cellphone add-ons.

They had been charged with negligence act in all likelihood to reason the spread of an infectious ailment to wit COVID-19 pandemic opposite to Section 171 of the Penal Code Act, 1950, and common nuisance, contrary to segment a hundred and sixty of the Penal Code Act behavior while on board. They are also accused of refusing to follow lawful instructions at the same time as on Board contrary to Civil Aviation security guidelines, 2012.

Security officials arrested Mubiru and Kiggundu on Sunday once they arrived from Dubai aboard Uganda Airlines flight 445.

The duo departed from Entebbe Airport on Friday night aboard Uganda Airlines flight 446.

As a few passengers were boarding, Mubiru in a video that went viral on social media over the weekend, was visible selling grasshoppers from a massive blue polyethylene bag on board. He might scoop a handful of grasshoppers and percent them in a obvious polyethylene bag at 10,000 Shillings. The video according to Enanga became recorded through Kiggundu who later on shared it on Tiktok and different social media platforms, drawing criticism and praise from the majority.

Enanga says that at the same time as passengers are allowed to hold grasshoppers as deliver-on luggage or luggage, Mubiru acted illegally with the aid of promoting the grasshoppers on board. Mubiru and Kiggundu additionally allegedly refused to follow inflight commands.

Enanga thereby says that they may face the law due to the fact their “disruptive behaviour” has no longer most effective tainted the image of the airline but additionally that of the u . S ..

Mubiru and Kiggundu had been launched on police bond and are predicted to file again to Aviation Police station today morning.

Kampala City Traders Association-KACITA criminal officer, Jemba Mulondo says the affiliation is in talks with Uganda Airlines over the matter.

“We want to speak to those investors and ensure that they make a public apology throughout the week due to the fact we are all ashamed of what they did,” Mulondo says.

He however declined to comment on whether or not or now not KACITA will assist protect the buyers in courtroom.

However, Thaddeus Musoke, chairman KACITA instructed our reporter that buyers will hold a assembly this week to speak about the way ahead for Mubiru and Kiggundu.

“Their behaviour have to now not cross unpunished,” Musoke said. “They were unruly on Board and this doesn’t reflect nicely at the association.”

Nsenene dealer Paul Mubiru charged with 3 counts

The police has charged Paul Mubiru and Hajib Kiggundu on 3 counts. This stems from an incident where Mubiru changed into visible promoting grasshoppers, a neighborhood delicacy known as Nsenene, aboard Uganda Airlines closing Friday.

Fred Enanga, the spokesperson of Uganda Police Force says the duo have been charged on three counts, that is common nuisance behaviour, negligence, and refusal to observe lawful inflight commands.

Both young men deal in cellphone add-ons.

They had been charged with negligence act in all likelihood to reason the spread of an infectious ailment to wit COVID-19 pandemic opposite to Section 171 of the Penal Code Act, 1950, and common nuisance, contrary to segment a hundred and sixty of the Penal Code Act behaviour while on board. They are also accused of refusing to follow lawful instructions at the same time as on Board contrary to Civil Aviation security guidelines, 2012.

Security officials arrested Mubiru and Kiggundu on Sunday once they arrived from Dubai aboard Uganda Airlines flight 445.

The duo departed from Entebbe Airport on Friday night aboard Uganda Airlines flight 446.

As a few passengers were boarding, Mubiru in a video that went viral on social media over the weekend, was visible selling grasshoppers from a massive blue polyethylene bag on board. He might scoop a handful of grasshoppers and percent them in a obvious polyethylene bag at 10,000 Shillings. The video according to Enanga became recorded through Kiggundu who later on shared it on Tiktok and different social media platforms, drawing criticism and praise from the majority.

Enanga says that at the same time as passengers are allowed to hold grasshoppers as deliver-on luggage or luggage, Mubiru acted illegally with the aid of promoting the grasshoppers on board. Mubiru and Kiggundu additionally allegedly refused to follow inflight commands.

Enanga thereby says that they may face the law due to the fact their “disruptive behaviour” has no longer most effective tainted the image of the airline but additionally that of the u . S ..

Mubiru and Kiggundu had been launched on police bond and are predicted to file again to Aviation Police station today morning.

Kampala City Traders Association-KACITA criminal officer, Jemba Mulondo says the affiliation is in talks with Uganda Airlines over the matter.

“We want to speak to those investors and ensure that they make a public apology throughout the week due to the fact we are all ashamed of what they did,” Mulondo says.

He however declined to comment on whether or not or now not KACITA will assist protect the buyers in courtroom.

However, Thaddeus Musoke, chairman KACITA instructed our reporter that buyers will hold a assembly this week to speak about the way ahead for Mubiru and Kiggundu.

“Their behaviour have to now not cross unpunished,” Musoke said. “They were unruly on Board and this doesn’t reflect nicely at the association.”


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