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The statement follows reports that the legislator was on Monday arrested for defaulting on a loan and attempting to rip off the bank through forged documents.
“I have excellent working relations with Crane Bank. I have banked with them for 12 years,” he clarified.
Pressed to explain why his presence at the bank created drama on Monday, Nsereko responded: “I don’t know why. But I can assure you that no one can silence the voice of the majority.”
Reminded that the head of police Crime Intelligence and Operations director Charles Kataratambi was at the bank following his alleged arrest, Nsereko responded: “I don’t know him and don’t care what he does.”
On reportedly defaulting on a Shs100m loan, Nsereko said: “Everyone, including you the journalist, is indebted. Who is not indebted in Uganda? How many people default on loans? I will check with them and see.”
The controversial legislator said he was at the bank for “advice” on his transactions.
“What is the role of the bank? To lend and advise customers,” said Nsereko.
Confronted with the fact that he was released from the bank after the intervention of Gen. Salim Saleh’s aide Juma Seiko, Nsereko said: “I don’t discuss such details with press. My dealings with bank are confidential. What is public is taxation not my bank transactions.”
The MP, however, said he has on several occasions warned banks against high interest rates.
“There are people who say that if you can’t stop someone you have to silence them,” said Nsereko.
Sources have told this website that Nsereko is trying to politicize the saga and are willing to provide us with information soon.
They add that Crane Bank’s Managing Director Kalan had earlier threatened to call press and expose Nsereko’s bad dealings.
The legislator yesterday evening invited press to his home.
Meanwhile, we are treating this saga as a developing story. We shall keep you updated as events unfold.