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    Top JSC Official Beats Wife Into Coma



    By Otim Nape

    A top manager, who not many years ago joined the Judicial Service Commission (JSC), has been described as a monster who tortures and batters his wife and children like they are his prisoners of war. The manager who is in 50s has been described as a very violent man and often subjects a lot of physical and emotional abuse to his wife a one OK with whom he has four children.

    The eldest child is a boy and is currently in S3 in one of the top city schools. As of last year, OK was working with a UN agency concerned with children. She retired late last year and nowadays stays at home looking after her children while enjoying her pension. But despite being very rich, the very influential JSC manager doesn’t look after his children and concerned family sources described his situation as one ripe for children maintenance application in High Court Family Division. Concerned relatives have been requesting the top manager’s friends in the judiciary circles to plead with him to change his ways and stop mistreating OK and kids but all in vain. The domestic violence only keeps worsening. Sources described the manager as one of the richest employees at JSC which is based on Farmers House opposite Café Javas along Parliamentary Avenue. The stinking rich JSC manager owns big housing estates in Kampala but his children live in a rented apartment in Bukoto where their mum looks after them. They live with their mum OK. OK sometime back left the top manager’s marital home in Ntinda area saying she was unable to keep stomaching being thumped by the JSC manager like she was his slave. The children are all grown up boys and they are mature enough to notice what is happening and they hate their dad with a passion for subjecting their mum to such domestic violence.

     In his beating sessions the JSC manager doesn’t spare maids, the shamba boys and other helpers at home. “One time he beat up his well-educated wife to the point of going into coma and she had a hospital operation at her brother’s home in Rubaga” said the family source.

    Sometime back, the children were studying at the high-end elite school located near Monitor Publications. On a bad day, the JSC manager returns home and without any reason or provocation orders all
    people at home to lie down and face the caning session. Some family members think the JSC manager is demon-possessed because of the violence he acts with often once back at home. What is surprising the
    JSC manager is well educated and has traveled to many countries. In his beating session the JSC manager doesn’t spare maids, the shamba boys and other helpers at home. “One time he beat up his well-educated
    wife to the point of going into coma and she had a hospital operation at her brother’s home those ends of Rubaga” said the family source. The brother in law is a senior Judge in Uganda now on kyeyo abroad but
    the Judge also is disgusted with the JSC manager’s violence to his sister. When OK recovered from her deep wounds she got from the manager’s torture, she was advised by the relatives and friends not to return to the JSC manager’s home. She picked her stuff and took the children to live in the rented apartment in Bukoto near Northern bypass road. Because his mum in western Ugandan tourism town believes in supernatural powers, reliable sources revealed that the JSC manager beats his wife and children while in the state of being possessed by violent family spirits which operate in his village extended family in the western Uganda district. The JSC manager is a very traditional African man and sources said he has spiritual things kept in a traditional basket under his bed at home that side of Kamwokya. The manager’s very old mother doesn’t like his wife OK. And OK some years ago was attacked by strong witchcraft which was meant to turn her into a mad woman throwing stones on the streets. OK was taken to Balokole church and they prayed for her. In return, it was her mother in law, the mother of JSC manager that ran mad. What is surprising is that despite this strong belief in witchcraft powers by the JSC manager and his mother; one of his brothers whose name starts with D doesn’t like those things and operates the Balokole church in their western Uganda district. Pastor D, the brother, even is with a group of other fellowship organizers and they own a Christian radio station as a group of preachers. After beating OK very much and deforming her face, the JSC manager nowadays likes secretly chewing his new Muhima babe in Mbarara. The manager every weekend goes to the western Uganda town to enjoy his Gikwateko side dish. When the brother in law became very tough and threatened to report the issue to Otafiire and other bosses in the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional affairs, the wealthy JSC manager started ringing OK saying I’m sorry. He kept requesting her to return home and said he had stopped “touching” the Mbarara babe’s article 102(b). The JSC manager it’s said used to be faithful to his wife OK but became very much interested in touching numerous babes’ article 102(b). This habit started when he had a job and office in a
    building near Fair Way hotel where he found his secretary’s article 102(b) too tempting to avoid. The habit started from there and he started acting rude towards his wife OK, the mother of his 3 children.
    Ever touching the article-to attract more babes whose article 102(b) he can keep touching, the JSC manager nowadays dresses very smartly and wears very expensive perfumes which can attract nice babes from near and far. This JSC manager many years ago was touching and fondling the article of a certain top judiciary officer, a one EM. It was a public secret in the Ministry of Justice circles that these two adults were always touching the article 102(b) under the guise of travelling for training retreats. They would meet in EM’s home in
    Entebbe on weekends to enjoy things. In a certain common room, the JSC manager would leave his work place to go for lunch and evening tea with lady EM. They also used to visit each other’s office for professional advice guidance and consultation. Officially, the gorgeous EM is single and her only kids were consumated with a very ugly elderly minister from northern Uganda, a one HO. After chasing HO and stopping him from ever touching her article 102(b) again, EM resorted to chewing the sexually unquenchable JSC manager though our
    sources aren’t very sure if EM and JSC manager still meet for Gikwateko sessions. The JSC manager is very generous to babes who allow him to touch and amend their article 102(b) e.g. he built a house for the Mbarara babe. The JSC manager also has good connections to the first family which are based on the very prayerful relative, a very old lady, who works with in one of the State Lodges in western Uganda. This State Lodge is located in the JSC manager’s home town.
    The JSC manager uses this connection to plead for his professional friends when they get problems e.g. concerning public service commission refusing to renew their contact. Because of this connection
    even operatives from IGG or police fear this JSC manager from western region. The JSC manager is convinced it’s a matter of time before his pals in the first family can reward with him bigger better job than
    what he currently has. It’s said a key member of the powerful family is working hard to ensure the JSC manager is promoted with a big post before this year ends. Because of his belief in supernatural powers
    and he obeys them ever, the JSC manager some years ago reached a forest on the high way when it was very late in the night past mid night and chased the man he was travelling with. This man had been paid to drive the JSC manager because he wasn’t feeling well. Sources say that while being chased from the car, the man was told this was a directive from the JSC manager’s spirits and gods.


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    EXCLUSIVE: Crisis At Judiciary As Kabaka Mutebi, Tycoon Sudhir Are Set To Evict Anti-Corruption, Crime War, Mengo, Mwanga Ii Courts Over Rent Arrears…



    L-R: Tycoon Sudhir Ruparelia, Chief Justice Dollo and Kabaka Mutebi II

    The Permanent Secretary and Secretary to Judiciary Pius Bigirimana has exclusively confirmed to the mighty Grapevine that the Judiciary is handling administratively the eviction threats from Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II, the Kabaka of Buganda Kingdom and city businessman Sudhir Ruparelia.

    “I cannot comment much on those issues but we are handling them administratively,” Bigirimana said in a telephone interview.

    Multiple credible sources in judiciary intimated to theGrapevine that Kabaka Mutebi’s government has given judiciary three options; either to pay their rent arrears which are in billions of shillings, vacate their building or buy them.

    The building in question house Mwanga II and Mengo Chief Magistrate’s Court.

    “We don’t have the money to buy the building, and the only option we have now is to vacate and we are working overtime to make sure that before the end of this year, we vaccate Kabaka Mutebi’s building. They have already issued the eviction notice and we cannot wait to be humiliated by Court bailiffs. Because if we insist, we risk seeing our court files being throuwn out and making headlines,” a top judicial officer said.

    He added that the judiciary is still searching for a suitable building where to shift to. The one they got near Noah’s Ark Secondary School Kabuusu was rejected because it can only house Mwanga II Court yet their goal is to get a building which can house both courts as it is at Kabaka’s building.

    The insider added that another building at Wakulukuku was also rejected because it is too far. The two courts at Kabaka’s building handle cases from Lubaga division and Natete, yet the Wankulukuku building was too small and could only house Mengo Chief Magistrate’s Court.

    The building where Kabaka is evicting the judiciary is part of the first properties that  president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni’s government returned to Kabaka in 1993.

    Buganda Kingdom  was not reached for a comment because Owekitiibwa Noah Kiyimba, the Kingdom spokesperson’s known phone known numbers were not going through, We were later told that he is out of the country.

    “He travelled with Premier Charles Peter Mayiga to the United States Of America. And he is the only person authorized to speak on that matter,” a top minister in Kabaka’s government told theGrapevine.

    Last year, Mengo wrote to president Museveni’s government demanding rent arrears worth Shs.215bn.

    Among the government properties that are seated on Kabaka’s land include Entebbe State House.

    Mayiga told the media early this month that government is not paying rent on which State House is seated.

    Others government buildings that have huge rent arrears include sub county buildings, military barracks, prisons, schools and others.

    However, controversial city lawyer Hassan Male Mabirizi protested the move to evict the judiciary through a deadly letter to Kabaka Mutebi’s lawyers of K&K Advocates.

    In his letter Mabirizi wants the Kabaka to halt demanding rent and evicting government agencies from their buildings until the determination of his petition he filed at the Constitutional Court.

    “Under paragraph 4 of the above petition, 1, among others prayed orders Nullifying all arrangements, settlements and understanding between Kabaka and Government of Uganda that Kabaka be compelled to refund to government of Uganda all monies received under cover of ground rent, lease premiums” the letter reads in parts.

    Last year, the Judiciary vacated Kasangati Magistrate Court which was also owned by Buganda building. They relocated to another remote place in Namavundu.


    The judiciary also faces another eviction from city businessman Sudhir Ruparelia, the chairman Ruparalia Group of Companies who wants to take over the buildings which are housing the Anti-Corruption Division of the High Court, the Anti-Corruption Chief Magistrate Court, Crimes War Division of the High Court.

    Highly placed sources in Judiciary revealed to theGrapevine that Sudhir informed them that he bought the said building located at Kololo, a Kampala suburb from the owner (names withheld) and he told the judiciary to leave because he wants to use it for other businesses.

    Sources said that the judiciary top management decided to shift to Col. John Mugenyi’s building at  Wandegeya opposite the Ministry of Health headquarters.

    Col. Mugenyi’s building has been empty since the Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) vacated it early this year. The judiciary rented it to house the Supreme Court.

    Insiders in the judiciary disclosed that they are very sure that by the end of this year, the Supreme Court will be shifted to the new building at the High Court Criminal Division near City Square which is going to house the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal.

    The Court of Appeal is currently renting at Twed Towers in Nakasero, a Kampala suburb.

    Sources further disclosed that the High Court Land Division and Civil Division of the High Court will remain renting at Twed Towers because they all cannot fit in the new building at the High Court Criminal Division.


    By Sengooba Alirabaki


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    AHA MOMENTS: Massage Parlors Now Brothels: I ‘Chewed’ Masseuse Who Rubbed Her Boobs On Me, Married Woman Confesses How Parlors Sex Is Saving Her From Marriage Stress…



    A lady receiving a massage

    Whenever you feel at your lowest, or when your body is shattered with fatigue, your mind always sends a signal to the body that it needs a massage and you run to a massage parlor.

    Surprisingly, since we are in an innovation age, these parlors now offer extra services that stimulates orgasm.

    Many massage therapists have mastered the art of arousing clients’ sexual desires which makes it hard for them to resist having intercourse especially after the body to body massage.

    You can’t confidently enter one during the day because onlookers will always think you are going in for a ‘sex service’ since they have made a name for themselves now as current headquarters for smart wires and call girls.

    However, many People say its modernization and we have to move with the trend, but should we?

    Recently, Dr. Shaban Mugerwa, the senior medical officer for care and support at the Uganda AIDS commission pledged to talk to policymakers to allow the commission to gazette massage parlors and bars as hotspots and places where a lot of sex happens.

    This was after they learnt that some of the massage parlors are hotspots for the spread of HIV/AIDS ever since they were turned into sex hubs.

    Jeff Kato says he once followed his friend Denis to one of the massage parlors in Makindye. It wasn’t his idea to be massaged but his friend asked him to enjoy the massage on his bill.

    “First of all, the prices at the reception are not final. I didn’t know how the system works but when Denis said I could get the service at his expense, I was like why not! I went in and the masseuses preferred to give me a body to body service,” he said

    Kato adds that he was given a Swedish massage and since the masseuse was dressed in only a biker and a bra, his manhood started saluting to the masseuse.

    “I was really surprised with the speed with which these women use to turn work into sexual moments and get more money. She was rubbing her boobs on my body the entire time. Fortunately, my friend had said I was free to get the extra service so I ‘ate’ the masseuse. I didn’t even ask how much it cost, after all, Dennis was paying because he was their usual customer,” he said

    Outhman (not real name), a married man frequents these places.

    He explained to theGrapevine that there are only a few massage parlors that mean business, the rest are places to cum so that your body gets relaxed.

    “I have visited many of these and in different areas so their prices vary. Parlors that usually offer exotic massage arouse sexual desires and there is no way you can escape them whether you are a man or woman. The prices range between Shs. 50,000 – 200,000. There are places that mean real business. These places openly present such packages and you pay knowing that there is sex too,” he said

    These local parlors are prominent sellers of ‘leg’. The women are sometimes just dressed in their thongs and lingerie with just a small apron which you can peep through and feed the eyes first before you chew.

    Those who mean serious business have massage uniforms.

    Flavia (not real name) revealed to theGrapevine that it’s the massage therapist that have kept her in her marriage of fourteen years. She says her friend advised her to try out a massage parlor just to calm her nerves since she was going through a lot at the time.

    “My marriage was breaking after I failed to forgive my husband for fathering a child outside. It was really eating me up so my friend said I should start loving myself more, by going out often either alone or with friends. One time we agreed to go for massage in Ntinda, I had the massage and it was really relaxing,” she said

    She added, “The next time I went to a different place, I had heard they give sex as a service so I went in purposely for that and I indeed got a happy ending. The guy knew how to play around without entering; he also has magic in his hands and knows how to use them. That treatment forced me to get his contact and he has been giving me mobile massage on my terms and money,” she says

    Brenda once owned a massage parlor and she explains that she was forced to close the business because people thought it was a brothel disguised as a parlor.

    “Everyone including my family told me that I and my employees were prostitutes. The pressure was too much so I had to close,” she said.

    So now you know, the next time your wife goes for a massage, check whether all the goods are still intact, but how do you check if you already ate the goat?


    By Rahma Zawedde


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    GOOD NEWS FOR FARMERS: Shs38tn To Be Saved As Uganda Biotechnology Scientists Help Solve Ticks Problem…



    Dr. Fredrick Kabi (L), on the right is a cow that has been affected by ticks

    Uganda Biotechnology and Biosafety Consortium (UBBS) scientists led by Dr. Fredrick Kabi, the leading principal investigator in the fight to develop the anti-tick and tick borne disease vaccine has saved Ugandans from spending Shs38tn on buying acaricide, establishing measures to control ticks and treating their animals from deadly ticks.

    UBBS scientists’ goal is to create innovations and research on Biotechnology for socio-economic transformation and climate change resilience.

    During their innovations, the Scientists use living things or parts of living things to make useful products that benefit mankind and the environment.

    In agriculture, UBBS innovations are often used in combination with conventional breeding to develop improved plant varieties.

    In an engagement with Online media journalists, Dr. Kabi revealed that since childhood, he has been thinking about how he could use his knowledge to solve the ticks problem after establishing that 80% of cattle mostly in Africa are at risk of ticks and tick borne diseases.

    He explained that when he started the project of manufacturing the anti-tick vaccines ten years back, he was helped by other scientists to meet President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni who was very happy with their initiative.

    “President Museveni has been very supportive and we thank him as scientists for the achievement we have had. The vaccination has passed the trial stage and very soon, the vaccine is going to be on the market and we are very sure that the president and all herdsmen around the country whose animals were being finished off by ticks are going to get peace.” Dr. Kabi said.

    He added that according to his research, Ugandans have been spending between Shs2.5-38tn annually on fighting ticks using high cost treatments and control measures which in turn affect their animals’ productivity and the market.

    He explained that if his vaccine goes onto the market, farmers are going to stop using the acaricide to kill ticks because they have lost the potency due to their longevity of over 100 years in use.

    Dr. Kabi added that acaricide is not only costly to a farmer but also affects the environment and leads to food contamination and death of non-targeted life through meat and milk.

    He said that Uganda is not going to be the first country to use vaccination to kill ticks. He gave examples of Cuba and Austria who started vaccinating their animals as early as 1939.

    “Vaccines are safe, organic and more sustainable for tick control and this has been established by the National Drug Authority (NDA) and other drug regulatory bodies which permitted the conducting of continued field trials,” Dr. Kabi said.

    He added that their trial were carried out on cattle breeds of Friesians, Boram and Ankole cattle which were heavily affected by ticks and exercise took 360 days covering all climate seasons in areas of North East Uganda, Northern Uganda, Ankole, Bunyoro among others.

    Dr. Kabi said that in their observation during the trials, they established that there was no adverse effect associated with the trials.

    For the 360 days, they only used the vaccine and did not use acaricide, but the ticks were successfully managed.

    He revealed that since their trials succeeded, farmers’ lives have changed because their cattle are now free from ticks and the productivity is high which has saved farmers who were dying of stress caused by ticks which killed their animals.

    Dr. Kabi thanked president Museveni for the new modern technology equipment which he procured for them to help them during their research and innovation.

    Dr. Andrew Kiggundu the UBBS president pleaded with the concerned authorities to speed up the process of enacting a law to legalise UBBS work because it will help the world’s growing population which currently stands at eight billion.


    By Sengooba Alirabaki


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