Ugandan woman who had allegedly threatened to hit President Yoweri Museveni with her genitals if Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi from prison has been remanded.
21-year-old Suzan Namata is said issued threats to Museveni in a video she recorded and shared on her social media handle at a time when Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine was in incarceration at Makindye Military Barracks.
It is alleged that while Kampala and Wakiso districts, Namata together with others recorded a video in which they referred to Museveni as backside, faeces and also threatened to throw their private parts in his teeth if he did not release the MP.
Appearing before Grade One Magistrate Stella Maris Amabilis on Wednesday, October 31, the accused denied two counts of cyber harassment towards the person of the president and offensive communication both contrary to the Penal Code Act.
Though she has been in police custody since August 27, the magistrate did not immediately rule on her bail application.
In her submission, Namata told the court she suffered heart related complications during her two-month detentiona. The accused also claimed she acquired malaria during the period and was never attended to by any medic.
The court resumes on Thursday, November 1, to rule whether or not she should be released on bail. Read more at Tuko.co.ke