Former Vice President Sekandi served with notice of intent to sue by ex concubine.


Uganda’s former Vice Presidents are never short of controversy, the vice goes way back to Dr Speciosa Wandira Kazibwe and her Valley dams saga (anyone remember that?)

To her time in the Microfinance Support Center when she got suspended and investigated for alleged mismanagement and lastly a well publicized divorce with husband Engineer Kazibwe (RIP)

In comes Gilbert Bukenya, controversy is like his middle name, a number of scandals like the CHOGM one, multiple sexcapades, mention it.

Now the latest we have on our desk is that of Hon Edward Kiwanuka Ssekandi, aka Mr simala gogera who was on the 31st of August served with a notice of intent to sue by his ex concubine.

The notice served to Sekandi

Through her lawyers of Mbabaali Jude & Co. Advocate and Ms T. Ofeke & Co. Advocates a one Letitia Nakimbugwe wrote to the formerVice president informing him of her intention to sue.

It is said in the notice which Ugolemwa got a copy of that the two Hon Ssekandi and Ms Nakimbugwe met 25 years ago and started a relationship.

One thing led to the other and the two had two children Nosomera Katrina 20 and Nantume Cynthia 18. Mbu together they also acquired some properties together and also started joint businesses to support their two children.

According to the notice, like many other relationships, this one also ended in tears and Nakimbugwe lost her privileges of managing the joint businesses she started with the former Vice President Edward Ssekandi.

It’s on this basis that Ms Letitia Nakimbugwe intends to sue the Hon Ssekandi in order to try secure her future which is currently unclear.

At the time of this writing, it was still unclear whether the former Vice President Edward Ssekandi through his lawyers of Ssekandi & Co. Advocates had responded to this notice.

The notice gave him two days for a sitting with Nakimbugwe to take place and resolve the issue.

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