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Tea girl swindles Nadduli’s salary

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Tea girl swindles Nadduli’s salary

Hajj Nadduli’s salary swindled

Police is grappling with a case in which a tea girl in the office of the LCV chairman of Luweero Hajj Abdu Nadduli has reportedly been receiving her boss’ salary for several months.

But, is one of the tricky mysteries that police is now required to explore and provide the necessary answers.

Why Nadduli, a man known to speak his mind, has been keeping quiet for all the months his salary was being stolen by a one Safina Nassali, is another interesting aspect of the case which police will have to investigate and provide the answers.

The explanation by the NRM guru is that he was ‘counselled to go slow on this matter’ is not convincing enough in light of the circumstances of the case.

The elder doesn’t point out the one who counselled him, for what and more importantly, why he was advised to allegedly go slow on a matter where big money which he had sweated for was being stolen.

Well, the police in Luweero have commenced investigations into the case to try to get to the bottom of the matter. Police has summoned Nassali to record her statement after her master filed the case.

Nassali has since been fired by the district council over the  misdeed.

The district’s deputy Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), Christopher Okateyoti wrote to Safina on March 2, 2016 to communicate the bad news.

Nassali had rejected the counsel to refund the money after a probe committee chaired by one Bernard Okello had found her the one culpable for the fault.

We have established from police sources that the investigations will be widened to bring on board the bank where Nadduli’s monthly salary is deposited.

“It is probable that some bank officials were acting in concert with the suspect. It’s really unimaginable that a mere tea girl can be able to beat the water tight bank defenses to land her hands on a customer’s money,” the police sources reasoned.

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