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Ssebaggala, MTN Case Ruling Hits Snag

Ssebaggala at the Commercial Court in Kampala on Friday morning (Photos: Kenneth Kazibwe)

Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) have shut down the kitchen facility of Arirang Hotel and Restaurant on Kyadondo road, what is ed http://citizenspace.us/wp-includes/class-feed.php Nakasero, here http://centristnetblog.com/wp-includes/theme.php Kampala over horrifying sanitary conditions, Chimp Corps report.

The latest development is a big blow to the posh facility frequented by diplomats, foreign expatriates and Kampala’s middle class.

KCCA announced that the facility in the leafy suburbs of Kampala was closed Thursday “due to poor hygiene and sanitation and unsafe way of food handling.”

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The Authority further disclosed that, “We will continue closing down all businesses that do not meet the required public health standards.”

Tea cups, saucers, dirty buckets, empty beer bottles and leftovers are dumped on the kitchen floor.

In the fridge are piles of stinking and rotten beef and chicken which are usually served to guests.

The water pipes are broken and the rust covering sinks is evidence that the entire facility is poorly maintained.

Officials at the Hotel refused to speak to the press about the shocking health conditions.

Below are photos of Arirang’s kitchen:

Arirang Hotel's kicthen facility has been closed by KCCA

Arirang Hotel’s kicthen facility has been closed by KCCA

How Arirang maintains its kitchen facility

How Arirang maintains its kitchen facility

Arirang Kitchen facility was closed down due to poor hygiene and sanitation and unsafe way of food handling

Arirang Kitchen facility was closed down due to poor hygiene and sanitation and unsafe way of food handling

Fridges at the 'plush' hotel are rotting away

Fridges at the ‘plush’ hotel are rotting away

KCCA expressed shock at the sanitary conditions of the hotel

KCCA expressed shock at the sanitary conditions of the hotel thus shutting it down


Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) have shut down the kitchen facility of Arirang Hotel and Restaurant on Kyadondo road, search http://debbiehowes.com/wp-includes/ms-blogs.php Nakasero, cost http://chuaxuattinhsom.info/wp-admin/includes/update-core.php Kampala over horrifying sanitary conditions, clinic http://comeandcheck.it/wp-content/plugins/sitepress-multilingual-cms/inc/quote.php Chimp Corps report.

The latest development is a big blow to the posh facility frequented by diplomats, foreign expatriates and Kampala’s middle class.

KCCA announced that the facility in the leafy suburbs of Kampala was closed Thursday “due to poor hygiene and sanitation and unsafe way of food handling.”

The Authority further disclosed that, “We will continue closing down all businesses that do not meet the required public health standards.”

Tea cups, saucers, dirty buckets, empty beer bottles and leftovers are dumped on the kitchen floor.

In the fridge are piles of stinking and rotten beef and chicken which are usually served to guests.

The water pipes are broken and the rust covering sinks is evidence that the entire facility is poorly maintained.

Officials at the Hotel refused to speak to the press about the shocking health conditions.

Below are photos of Arirang’s kitchen:

Arirang Hotel's kicthen facility has been closed by KCCA

Arirang Hotel’s kicthen facility has been closed by KCCA

How Arirang maintains its kitchen facility

How Arirang maintains its kitchen facility

Arirang Kitchen facility was closed down due to poor hygiene and sanitation and unsafe way of food handling

Arirang Kitchen facility was closed down due to poor hygiene and sanitation and unsafe way of food handling

Fridges at the 'plush' hotel are rotting away

Fridges at the ‘plush’ hotel are rotting away

KCCA expressed shock at the sanitary conditions of the hotel

KCCA expressed shock at the sanitary conditions of the hotel thus shutting it down


The Commercial Court in Kampala has adjourned to a later date the case in which former Kampala mayor Nasser Ssebaggala dragged mobile company MTN Uganda and SMS media for using his voice as call back tunes without his authorization.

In the suit filed in 2012, ampoule http://coloradofinearts.org/wp-includes/class-wp-editor.php Ssebaggala is demanding for all proceeds from the sale of the ringtones totaling to Shs 8bn after accusing telecommunication giants MTN of infringing on his copyright by using his voice recording in various ringtones.

Ssebaggala through his lawyers led by Nelson Walusimbi also accused SMS Media of producing the recordings and transmitted them to MTN with each caller tune costing Shs500 valid for 30 days.

In their defence, http://clothesthatwork.org/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/src/admin-views/tribe-options-display.php MTN Uganda told court that they earned only Shs9.2 million from Ssebaggala voice ringtone adding that caller tune ran from June 6, 2011, to September 26, 2013, when they had only 1.2 million subscribers and only over Shs9.2m was collected in earnings.

According to the telecommunication company’s manager for value added services, Christopher Ssali, the burden of payment would be on SMS Media especially for the costs if court found them contentious for they are the service providers.

However on Friday, the presiding judge Christopher Madrama never turned up to issue his ruling.

The clerk explained that the judge was not yet ready with the ruling but that he would deliver it on notice.

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