By Watchdog reporter
For a while now, we have been hearing rumours on how sex, dirty talks had engulfed Vision Group owned television station Bukedde TV.
Information reaching us indicates that some of the station’s ‘big guns’ have been thrown out due to massive mismanagement, reportedly arising from continued sex-related mistakes at the Luganda TV station.
Last month, Kanayokyani show presenter Fifi Da Queen, Kasengejja show presenter Priscilla Namayanja and Richard Kalibala were suspended for three weeks by the top management over the same related issues.
This time round, James Sserunkuuma, the Station manager, Robert Ssemakula, the overall Production supervisor, Sumaya Muwonge, senior producer, Omuntu w’abantu presenter and news anchor, and Ronald Kaggwa, the Assistant Manager have been sent on forced leave as the sex-escalated investigations commence.
The sex spree started last month when Fifi Da Queen raised a query about the inequity exercised by the top team where, some female staff members are treated more delicately than others.
She went ahead to ‘chair’ a meeting on the employees whatsapp group and this sparked off a mixed reaction from some of her colleagues who thought the presenter was referring to them.
A heated disagreement ensued where Namayanja and kalibala were the major whistle blowers in support of Fifi’s argument which majorly attracted all sort of dirty talk.
Though, the argument brought awarded the trio a suspension, now it has yielded some positive results.
According to The Investigator, the tussle originates from the sex escapades whose center characters are Betty Cynthia Nakimera, a sports anchor/editor and Sumaya Muwonge’s gardens where, Sserunkuuma and Kaggwa are reported to separately go farming regularly. Though new at the station, Nakimera has risen into ranks at a terrific speed, making her an ‘untouchable’ specie at the expense of others.
Sumaya Muwonge has been replaced by another sex-siren Robinah Sanyu Mweruka. The head of Cameras, Moses Kasasa is now, the Acting Station Manager. The Sserunkuuma management is among others, accused of recruiting people depending on technical ‘know-who’ instead of ‘know-how’ depending of their individual satisfaction from a particular recruit.
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