Ministry of Health officials are accusing Precision Media, a local content agency, of defrauding socialite Shanita Namuyimba alias Bad Black.

Black through her lawyers Musangala Advocates and Solicitors has vowed to sue Ministry of Health and Government of Uganda for failing to fulfill their promises and paying for the COVID-19 advert meant for sensitizing public especially women against subjecting themselves to truck drivers.

In the recent letter making the rounds on social media, Ministry of Health hired Precision Media Ltd to a produce media ads following increased number of positive truck drivers. The company contacted Bad Black since she perfectly

suited the act the Ministry was targeting.

From the same letter, Bad Black and Precision Media made an oral agreement that they would organize for her a visit to President Museveni with whom she would discuss the amounts of the advert and payment.
They lied.

Bad Black is threatening to sue


Bad Black is now demanding shs 500 million as a consideration of the paid advert and shs 50 million for damages and inconveniences within a period of 14 days.

Now Health ministry has tasked Precision Media- owned by a one Tendo- to ‘solve the Bad Black issue as soon as possible’.


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