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Young female Law Students apologise for recording themselves dancing ‘Tumbiza Sound’ jam at the Court premises

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A group of young female Law Development Center (LDC) Students were today summoned for recording themselves dancing at the Court of Justice building in Kampala.

 This is after their recorded twerking Video during their internship at the Commercial Court in Kampala leaked to authorities.

The eight young female lawyers including Kakidi Ann, Annet Nambafu, Kalungi Hellen, Nabirye Zeridah Mary, Nyinamasiko Gloria, Kyomuhendo Justine, Kamaliza Immaculate and Basemera Edith recorded a video of themselves shaking their behinds at a commercial court building in Kampala.

The young ladies were reportedly making the video for the gram.

In the video they were dancing to the Ministry of Health banned “Tumbiza Sound” jam by Eeazy.

The Commercial Court, a temple of justice by legal standards is a building of high reputation in law and the action of the young lawyers attracted a lot of backfire from members of the legal fraternity.

As a result, they were asked to draft apology letters to the six members of the Commercial Court, bench and promise never to do it again.

The LDC management summoned the eight students to the Disciplinary Committee today January 6, 2020 to answer for their crime. The ladies apologized for their misconduct and asked to be pardoned.



Source – Matooke Republic

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