Monday, February 02 2015
Sanyu Robinah Mweruka, 28, is a Bukedde TV news anchor. Many of her male fans just love the way she rolls her eyes on TV when she is breaking off for commercials. She is also the host of Omuntu Wa Bantu, a program on Bukedde TV.
The mom of three was supposed to be on air yesterday but that was not possible due to her current problems.
Two weeks back, SRM dragged her sister Cathy Nabunya and Aidah Nakazzi, a daughter to one of her bosses to Nansana Police suspecting them to be behind the man-snatching threatening messages and anonymous calls she was receiving on her cell phone.
As expected, she was told to reveal the details of the messages and the number sending them belonged to a former Bukedde staff member who was allegedly fired on her orders.
While there, more details were availed leaving Sanyu with no choice but to ask for "forgiveness" and demanded that the matter be resolved as a family.
As those negotiations were still ongoing, a soundless s#x tape of Sanyu Robinah Mweruka leaked on the internet and other social networks. It's over two weeks when she was last seen reading news on Bukedde TV, not so sure if the beaming smile on the Bukedde TV news anchor last night had anything to do with this.
"She is not a joking subject when it comes to adult matters and she is good at team work," one who watched the two-minute clip commented.This is coming at a time when Katongole Omutongole also of Bukedde TV is on police bond for defilement.
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