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Vision CEO Briefly Detained in Kabale for Threatening Violence

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While in the car park, witnesses say Kabushenga shoved Mbabazi out of his way and Mbabazi fell down. The aggrieved party then returned to court to file a complaint.
Vision Group Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Robert Kabushenga has today been briefly detained at Kigezi Regional Police headquarters over a scuffle with a nephew.  

The scuffle occurred outside Kabale High Court between Kabushenga and his nephew identified as Moses Mbabazi.

The two had been in court before Justice Michael Elubu to listen to progress on land dispute case that involves their family.

While in the car park, witnesses say Kabushenga shoved Mbabazi out of his way and Mbabazi fell down. The aggrieved party then returned to court to file a complaint.

Kigezi Regional Police spokesperson Elly Maate told Uganda Radio Network that the police detained Kabushenga briefly before he was produced in court where he was charged with threatening violence.

According to Maate, Kabushenga is said to have been angered by the proceedings of the court case in the high court.

Kabushenga was released on cash bail of shillings one million before the chief Magistrate Martins Kirya adjourned the hearing of the case to Thursday.

While in court, Kabushenga pleaded not guilty to the offence of threatening violence.

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