Buchaman Surrenders Consignment Of Military Attire To Police

Buchaman Surrenders Consignment Of Military Attire To Police

By Mable Nakibuuka


Following an article published by ExposedUganda.com about several musicians and celebrities who are in possession of military attire, the police have started collecting the attires from members of  the public.

This website has learnt that although the police had given a 7-day grace period to all musicians wit military attire to surrender them, self-proclaimed  Government Ghetto President Mark Bugembe aka Buchaman has today handed over  the first batch of military attire to the police.


Buchaman, who was flanked by his wife and several ghetto boys, handed over the army attire to police at the ghetto president offices Kamwokya, a Kampala suburb.

Buchaman and group during the hand over of military attire to police

Buchaman, who is also the presidential advisor on matters of the ghetto, handed over a consignment of military attire that he and his associates have been seen wearing on many occasions and urged fellow musicians who have similar attires to voluntarily hand them over to police to avoid any inconveniences.

The attires Buchaman handed over to police included army jackets, shirts, T-shirts, trousers, belts, etc, although he did not reveal how he had acquired them or who had given them to him.

The development comes a few days after police raided MP Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine’s National Unity Platform (NUP) offices in Kamwokya, from where they allegedly recovered army attire, red berets, People Power T-shirts, vests, among other stuff.




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