Former RDC Mwaka speaks out on being ‘sentenced to five years in jail’



After social media news that he was convicted to five years in jail by a Canadian Court mid this month, former Lira deputy RDC Mwaka Emmanuel Lutukumoi has spoken.

Denied being convicted, Mwaka Emmanuel Lutukumoi

In a Tuesday interview with TND News from United States of America, Lutukumoi laughed off at the so-called news report.

“Thanks. I don’t respond to fake news. I live in the U.S.A and that news is just nonsense,” Mwaka briefly said.

Happy always to be called a ‘nonsense man’ while in Lira as RDC and deputy RDC, Mwaka said there are people in Uganda still fighting him even after he left.

A strong Democratic Party stalwart and party national spokesperson, Mwaka crossed to National Resistance Movement (NRM) party in 2011 and soon after the election, he was appointed to be a deputy RDC.

He worked in Lira district, deputizing George Odongo, the current East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) Member of Parliament representing Uganda.

In October 2016, Mwaka was transferred from Lira to Kitgum district as deputy RDC and replaced with current RDC, Robert Abak.

Hardly a year in Kitgum as deputy RDC, Mwaka resigned his job and left for United States of America where he resides currently.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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