Lawyer Muwema

Facebook has written back to prominent city lawyer in response to letter complaining over damaging comments posted by a one TVO to the effect that he received Shs900 million bribe to abandon the presidential petition filed by his client John Patrick Amama Mbabazi.

The faceless and sharp critic of the Kampala regime, Tom Voltaire Okwalinga aka TVO post last week that under the headline ‘Betrayal in City’ that Mr Muwema had allegedly received a bribe of Shs900 million from Information and National Guidance Minister, Maj. Gen. Jim Muhwezi and thereafter jumped out of the 2016, presidential petition.

“Amama Mbabazi’s lawyer Muwema sold out to M7,after he was given 900 million in a deal brokered by Jim Muhwezi ,and thereafter jumped out of the petition case, locked his office before stage-managing the raids at the twio law firms, and steal the signed affidavits and other evidence on petition. So Muwema was part of the evidence theft from his own and Mohammed chambers” TVO posted.
Okwalinga further claimed that Mr Muwema ran off with 157 affidavits that were signed and then claimed police took everything, thereafter he passed on information to the state agents who started arresting and harassing witnesses, and the remaining Amama lawyers started all over again to get the new affidavits.

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Below is Facebook reply to Muwema

Re: NOTIFICATION OF INFRINGING DATA MESSAGES

Hi,

We are in receipt of your letter dated 2016-03-22, a copy of which is attached to this message for your reference. Thank you for bringing this matter to our attention.  We are writing to get additional details so that we can better understand your recent report. Based on the information you provided, it is unclear where the content you wish to report appears on our site. In almost all instances, the best way to help us locate content is to provide us with active web addresses (URLs) leading directly to that specific content.

In the report you filed, you did not provide any URLs (or one or more of the URL(s) you provided seems to be incomplete or inactive), and you did not otherwise provide a description of the location of the content sufficient for us to be able to find it.

If you are trying to report a Wall post or story in your news feed, you can find its direct URL by clicking the time and date that appears in gray with the content (for example: “8 hours ago” or “August 11 at 10:30am.”).

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Please note that it is possible that the content you wish to report has already been removed from the site. If that is the case, you do not need to respond to this email.

Once you have provided information sufficient for us to locate the content you wish to report, we would be happy to look into this matter further.

Thanks,
Elise
Intellectual Property Operations
Facebook