Abraham Abiriga, a Ugandan Member of Parliament has been fined by a court in the capital, Kampala, for causing a public nuisance by urinating in public after pictures of the incident were widely shared on social media.

He was given a fine of 40,000 Ugandan shillings ( $10, £5) for the 25 September incident near the gate of the ministry of finance.

He was prosecuted under a city ordinance which says that if any person is found guilty of “easing in the city” or committing a “public nuisance” will be fined 40,000 shillings or will be imprisoned for two months or will receive both punishments.

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Ugandan Member of Parliament fined for urinating in public

  1. This is when the people wants to live a good life,but if is here in nigeria you will hear those that don’t want good life asking why why is it your concern if he urinate in the public.

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