Former UBC TV Boss Kihika Sent to Luzira After Mocking the Judge

It may have been his arrogant way of talking to the judge or the mockery he seemed to have been staging as the former Uganda Broadcasting Cooperation (UBC) Managing Director Paul Kihika has been again remanded to Luzira maximum prison on telling the Nakawa Grade One Magistrate Christine Nantege that he only understands Runyankore and needed an interpreter which was not the case.

Our Blizz moles understand that Paul Kihika was charged with giving false information and he further pleaded not being guilty of the embezzlement charges that he is battling currently and he has been sent back to Luzira Prison until August 15, 2017 where he will be brought back to face the judge.

It is further learnt that the same Kihika previously reported a case of theft of his mobile phone at Jinja road police station and insisted on the  head of media crimes in police, Emmanuel Mbonimpa as the suspected thief and wanted him to be brought to book.

But it was later discovered that the mobile phone was confiscated to help in the investigations of his previous crimes of embezzlement and causing a financial loss to UBC entity.