Music producer Jonah Muwanguzi and musician David Mugema have on Wednesday morning 6th December 2017 been granted bail from incarceration by the Buganda Road Grade one magistrate court Ugblizz has learnt.
Buganda Road Grade one magistrate Gladys Kamasanyu have handed the later their freedom after a day behind the bars at Luzira prisons on charges of offensive communication and disturbing the peace of the fountain of honor as the later attacked President Museveni in a hit song dubbed ‘Wumula’ where the president is questioned on the long stay in power despite transforming the nation to the desired goals.
Mugema and Jonah were stood by surety in musician Willy Mukaabya residing at Kawempe division, Abel Tumukunde from Makindye, a one Paul Semwogerere residing in Mukono, and Faith Nanyunja who were ordered to pay 10UGXmillion non cash bond each while the accused had to cash in 1million apiece.
The was conflicting royalty when the prosecutor from the Uganda communications commission objected to the substantiation of producer Muwanguzi’s surety and fellow partner in crime Willy Mukabya but the magistrate came to his rescue confirming Mukaabya as a popular musician and an employee of the accused who can offer advice to the later never to dodge court sessions as the dates have been stipulated and given the fact that he had deposited his national ID to before the magistrate for verification.
It must be of note that Producer Jonah and singer David Mugema were incarcerated by Buganda Road Grade one magistrate Gladys Kamasanyu on Tuesday 5th December 2017 over charges of offensive communication and disturbing the peace of President Museveni which they denied.