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Judiciary driver who complained over low pay sent to Luzira

Man Jose Kayima

The Judiciary driver who complained about his low salary has been remanded to prison on allegations of promoting hate speech.

Stanley Kisambira Male, a resident of Sazzagulu zone in Mukono District was on Monday arraigned before Buganda Road Chief Magistrate’s court in Kampala on charges of spreading hate speech contrary to section 26A(1)(C) of the computer misuse (Amended) Act, 2022.

In the audio recording, Kisambira who has been driving Justice Godfrey Namundi who is a judge in Mbale District, said the Shs235,000 monthly salary was not enough to cater for his family needs.

He also claimed that the low pay could prompt him or any other driver in his position to cause an accident.

Kasambira was on Monday produced in court only to be told he would spend more than 10 days in prison because the magistrate who was supposed to hear his case was not around.

Kisambira who was not allowed to take plea was remanded until June 2, 2023 when he’s expected to be returned to court.

Kisambira who was first detained last week before he was, days later, released on police bond was rearrested Monday morning when he went to report himself at Kampala Central Police Station.

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