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One Arrested For Announcing Museveni's Death In Uganda

The police in Uganda have arrested one person who was spreading fake news about the death of the current president of Uganda Museveni. The police have rushed him to the police station waiting to be brought in court so that judges can decide the punishment which he will be given.

This has come few days after the president warned the citizens about spreading news that has not yet verified by the news media. The statement was taken differently by some citizens whom they say that he is dictating the people without obeying the constitution which allow freedom of expression among the people.

Ugandans have been affected by covid-19 pandemic badly in a way that the government has imposed some measures to avoid the spread of this deadly disease. Some people were also spreading fake news on the social media platforms about the current situation of the country on Covid-19 Cases and death reports.

It is now important for citizens to know which information is needed to be shared to the public so that to avoid unnecessary information which might lead you to jail.

Content created and supplied by: Miltonbabu9 (via Opera News )

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