Bobi Wine’s Son Solomon Kampala Suspended from School, Caught with Weed Drugs




Latest reports reaching our website indicating that musician cum politician Bobi Wine’s eldest Solomon Sekayi Kyagulanyi alias Solomon Kampala was suspended from School over drug abuse.

According to Campus bee website ,reported that Solomon Kampala was suspended from St Mary’s College Kisubi ( SMACK) following a surprise dormitories check two weeks after students reported back to school.

Citing that Kampala was caught red- handed with Marijuana substance wrapped in papers like Cigarette as part of suspension letter reads below;

“Kyagulanyi Sekayi Solomon is therefore suspended from the college for two weeks with effect from Tuesday .1st February 2022, basing the resolution to zero tolerance for indiscipline “ letter reads.

It is said that in 2018 Solomon was still suspended from the same school reason not mentioned.

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“On February 1, Sekayi was sent on suspension and was at his home with his parents for those two weeks,” the source said.

In a phone interview with a local news website, Brother Deodati Aliganyira, the headmaster of St Mary’s College confirmed that indeed Kampala was suspended from the college.

“It’s true, that case was handled and we gave the boy (Sekayi), the last warning. He was found with drugs wrapped in papers like cigarettes and a lighter. He was suspended. That’s where we stopped,” Aliganyira said.

Apparently, some staff members on the disciplinary committee wanted Kampala expelled from the school but their plan was blocked by officials from the Ministry of Education.

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“This will serve as his last warning: should your son be involved in any form of indiscipline after the last warning, there will be no other alternative but only to go on indefinite suspension,” part of the letter sent to Bobi Wine and Barbie Kyagulanyi reads.

KY Jamal
KY Jamal
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