thumb http://cocomoonthesea.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-ajax-form-pro/admin/add_form.php geneva;”>Namubiru was transferred from a prison at Narita International Airport to Chiba Prefecture, discount which is near Tokyo City, and continues to be treated as French national.
While the singer is a Ugandan national, she holds a French passport, which is believed to part of what prompted Japan’s suspicions.
Interpol says they will be in contact with French authorities in order to assist Namubiru in any way possible.
Interpol also confirmed that she was found with powdered groundnuts concealing drug pellets inside her belongings, but the singer has said she had no knowledge of what was inside the parcel.
Iryn had refused to carry any food along but she was convinced by Thadius Mubiru her manager.
It is believed that Namubiru received these so called foods from her Manager Thadius Mubiru in Uganda barely an hour before she boarded a plane to Nairobi.
Namubiru never bothered to check the foodstuffs.
“It is very unfortunate that one of our celebrities was involved in this mess.
We are working hand in hand with the Japanese police such that we get to the root of this problem,” said kasingye.
He further noted that he will go to Japan to ascertain what exactly happened.
The legal team headed by Japanese lawyer Matsumoto is already in place to help Namubiru with the court proceedings.
Namubiru was arrested in Tokyo, Japan, a week ago, where she had traveled to perform at the Golden Holy Week concert, which was scheduled for Saturday May 4.
However, the singer was found in possession of illegal drugs on arrival and these drugs have been classified as Ecstasy class.
It is believed that that they were in quantities of 1 to 2kg and were worth $400,000.
What are Ecstasy drugs?
Ecstasy (3, 4-methylenedioxy-N-methamphetamine, or MDMA) is a drug that is illegally made.
Ecstasy has a rep for being a party drug. But side effects like tremors, teeth clenching and nausea, not to mention anxiety, depression and possible brain damage, will suck all the life out of any party, fast.
Ecstasy is a stimulant drug that can cause hallucinations. It is known as a designer drug because it is created for the purpose of making someone feel high. The drug is popular with teens and young adults who go to clubs, concerts, or “rave parties.”
Users think the drug will make them feel good and enable them to keep going for days without rest. But people who use Ecstasy don’t realize how dangerous this drug actually is.
Ecstasy has become one of the most common illegal drugs sold on the streets. In the last few years, Ecstasy has sent many young people to emergency rooms because of its dangerous side effects. Ecstasy can kill.
It is at times called XTC, X, Adam, E, Roll, A or 007.
Ecstasy can be swallowed (pill or tablet) or snorted (powder).
Ecstasy is both a hallucinogenic and a stimulant drug. It makes users experience a rush of good feelings (a high) and makes someone’s feelings much more intense, whether they’re good or bad. The drug’s effects usually last up to 6 hours.
Ecstasy increases heart rate and can cause dry mouth, clenched teeth, blurred vision, chills, sweating, or nausea. It can make some users feel anxious, confused, and paranoid, like someone is trying to hurt them or is plotting against them. Ecstasy may cause direct damage to brain cells that are involved in thinking and memory.
If a person takes Ecstasy, his or her body can dangerously overheat during dancing or other physical activities, which can lead to muscle breakdown, kidney, liver and heart damage, and even death. Taking the drug can cause seizures, brain swelling and permanent brain damage.