Friday, May 31, 2019

UGANDA: Development Channel tries bribe to get damaging story deleted


Opio Sam Ging Ging <sam.opio730@gmail.com>

9:04 AM (3 hours ago)



Regards Peril Africa

My name is Samuel Opio from Develoment Channel.

We are getting back to our normal duties after going through all the clrearances from the government.

We are kindly requesting for your support and pull down the article about DC in your website. We are aware that it will come at a cost and we would love to offer you some money.

Thank you and waiting for your kind response.
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Martha Leah Nangalama <mlnangalama@gmail.com>

12:18 PM (0 minutes ago)


to Opio

I will take down the story after you refund every Ugandans you defrauded. Until then, there is no room for negotiation. AND you can keep your money. It is a matrer of principle. I never take down stories even if offered to remove them. Not until the wrong has been righted.
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This is the story they have been begging me to delete. One of their managers even threatened me 2 weeks ago and I told her to just sue me. The story was actually in Daily Monitor. I took a copy and blogged it. Daily Monitor has deleted their story so these guys think that just because they can get a big media house in Uganda to remove the story, a Canadian will remove it too.

Generally, many stories implicating companies in Uganda tend to be deleted after the implicated company pays the media or journalist to remove it. That shit will never wor with MLN. Sure, I need money but come on, how many Ugandans are still crying over what they lost to these scammers!

http://perilofafrica.com/category/special-report/uganda-celebrities-who-endorsed-development-channel/

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