Magistrate Busted: Disguising As Woman To Take Law Exams

A recent and unexpected turn of events took place at the Law Development Centre (LDC) Lira, Uganda, where a newly appointed Magistrate, Musa Semwogerere, was arrested under peculiar circumstances.

Disguised as a woman, he was found attempting to write exams on behalf of his girlfriend, Irene Mutonyi, at the prestigious institution.

The shocking incident came to light on Friday, July 28, 2023, and quickly spread like wildfire across social media platforms, capturing the attention of the nation.

In response to this act of deception and examination malpractice, the LDC Director, Frank Nigel Othembi, promptly addressed the issue.

Musa Semwogerere, also known as Mukisa Anthony, has been charged with two counts of forgery and is being remanded to prison until August 3.

The charges are in direct contravention of Section 351 and Section 381 of the Penal Code Act, respectively.

This shocking revelation has not only stunned the nation but has also dealt a significant blow to Semwogerere’s career.

Only two weeks ago, the Judicial Service Commission had promoted him to the rank of grade one magistrate, bestowing upon him a position of trust and authority within the legal system.

However, due to his unscrupulous actions, the Judiciary has decided to relieve him of his appointment, tarnishing his once-promising career.

In light of this incident, the Law Development Centre has taken a firm stance against any form of examination malpractice.

LDC, with its three campuses in Kampala, Lira, and Mbarara, is currently conducting final written examinations.

Director Othembi emphasized that the institution will continue to uphold its zero-tolerance policy towards any such misconduct.

The case will be thoroughly prosecuted, and any other individuals involved will face consequences.

In conclusion, the shocking saga of Magistrate Musa Semwogerere serves as a stark reminder of the consequences that dishonesty and deception can bring.

As the legal proceedings unfold, it is essential for all to uphold the integrity of the examination system and maintain trust in the judicial process.

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