Tuesday, November 04 2014
It's just days after Producer Didi and Panadol Wabasajja were sent to jail for recording and distributing x-rated music videos.
State Minister for Ethics and Integrity, Rev. Fr. Lokodo, who arrested Panadol Wabasajja last month has now directed police to question Desire Luzinda on the nud pics that have made rounds on social media since Friday. The minister also ordered for the arrest of her ex-Nigerian lover, Ebikeme Ebuomor aka Baguma Franklin who is currently believed to be in Kuwait.
The minister added that the two will be charged with exhibiting pornographic material contrary to section 13 of the Anti-Pornography Act.
The act reads in part: "A person who produces or participates in the production of, or traffics in, publishes, broadcasts, procures, imports, exports or in any way abets pornography contrary to sub section 1 commits an offence and is liable, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding five hundred currency points or imprisonment not exceeding ten years or both."
Five hundred currency points is the equivalent of shs50m or 10 years in prison.
The Tebakulimba singer was able to make a posting on her facebook profile, but it was one of her songs dubbed Ekitone. Meanwhile, her facebook likes have shot from 50,000 to over 60,000 in just three days. One of her fans was asking her to come out and at least issue a statement or apologise to her fans for what happened, but the singer said she is quiet for a reason.
It has also turned out that some of her problems are attributed to the VIP tables at her Black and White Affair that were sold on credit and todate, they have not been cleared. To make matters worse, some of the guests pledged at the concert which doubled as a charity event, but they have still not honoured their pledges leading to the problems Luzinda is faced with currently.
And being faced with a ten-year-jail sentence after her pics in all angles have done rounds on social media with loan sharks on her case, what does the diva do?
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