Katenta later filed a case at Kampala Central Police Station claiming that she had been mugged and all the money taken by thugs as she entered the bank. She was picked up a day later after Metropolitan Forex Bureau filed a case of theft against her and Nanyanzi.
Talks collapsed on day one of the strike as employees through The National Union of Clerical Commercial Professional and Technical Employees (NUCCPTE) rejected a request for four days by the bank lawyer to scrutinize a letter purportedly written from the Bank of Baroda Head Quarters in Mumbai, India.
At least 150 Bank of Baroda Uganda (BOBU) employees on Monday morning went on a sit-down strike demanding a 20percent pay rise. The striking workers say they were promised a pay rise two years ago, but to-date it has not been delivered.