Thursday, July 09 2015
Golden Band member, Catherine Kusasira, was all tears in the early evening of Wednesday when she was informed that her file will be handled the following day as it was already late. The Sonyiwa Bano singer was a few months back arrested for obtaining money by false pretense.
The bummy singer got shs 1M/- from Iryn Namubiru as payment for the Anjagala song, but the moment Iryn released the song, another less known artist, Lyto Boss, came up claiming that Iryn had xeroxed his song, it was then that Iryn pulled out the proof of payment.
It turns out that Lyto Boss was the one that penned this song but got no payment for his services thus deciding to retain the song. The matter was forwarded to the authorities leading to the subsequent arrest of Catherine Kusasira after failing to settle the matter amicably.
The Golden Band queen has all along been on police bond though she was required to report every fortnight to fulfill the bond conditions but unfortunately for her, she did not know that today would actually end up the way it did. On reporting to Entebbe police, she was advised that her file was ready, and that it had been submitted to court.
The Nalalira singer cruised her white Land Cruiser to Entebbe Magistrates Court but she kept in her car for sometime until they tipped her her that it was time to appear before the Entebbe Chief Magistrate Susan Abinyo, it was then that she pulled out of her car straight to the dock, but the magistrate could not proceed with the case as it was already late, so she advised that Catherine be produced in court the following day.
The singer will have to spend Wednesday night at Kigo prison but on Thursday (today), two sureties with national ID's and a land title or a car log book should be in position to secure her bail and the Sonyiwa Bano singer will be out.
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