Former New Vision Journalist Draggs Company To Court

Former New Vision Journalist Draggs Company To Court

By Peter Ssebulime

Journalist Teera Kaaya has dragged his former employers-The New Vision printing and publishing company to the High Court for failure to meet a workman’s compensation worth Uganda shillings 105,600,000/= (One Hundred and Five Million, Six hundred thousand only) as prescribed under the law.

Through his lawyers of Nalukoola, Kakeeto Advocates & Solicitors, Kaaya seeks an order compelling The New Vision headed by Mr.Robert Kabushenga to pay for the injuries he sustained while in the course of the Vision Group employment and for the items lost, explemary damages, general damages and costs of the suite.

Kaaya states that on the 7th day of March 2017 at around 23:30hrs,he, with a friend Chris Lubowa left the New Vision offices at Industrial area together to Kitintale where he parked a car besides the road to further deliver or convey boxes that were in his possession but on his way back to his car he was attacked by two unidentified men who all over sudden hit him hard on the head with a blunt object that left him unconscious before losing his much valued property and undergoing five months treatment  for 84 days at Kampala Hospital which is among what he wants to be compensated for. an accessible web community

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