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Namubiru was welcomed by scores of fans at Entebbe Airport after which she was driven around Kampala, triggering a heavy traffic jam.
The singer claims to have been arrested by Japanese police early this month for possessing illicit substances.
While the arrest was confirmed by Namubiru’s manager, Balaam Barugahara, the Japanese Police did not issue any statement to that effect. Neither is the court where she was charged, as reported by Barugahara, named.
It is also surprising that Japanese authorities would release Namubiru without charge yet they had a 90 percent conviction rate (the only one in the world).
Japan is so strict with drug traffickers. They usually serve a death sentence upon conviction.
While the arrest of Ugandan officials, Isaac Musumba, MP Michael Mawanda and a businessman were easily verified by authorities in India, Namubiru’s “charges” and reasons for her release remain a mystery.
It is understood Namubiru is set to launch a music album in Kampala in the not-too-distant future.