Uganda Communication Commission [UCC] has lifted a ban placed on radio and TV programmes featuring Presidential advisor on media, Tamale Mirundi.
The Commission issued the directive after receiving reports that Mirundi was using profane language on those programmes.
Appearing on Top Radio on Monday, Mirundi said he met UCC boss, Eng Godfrey Mutabazi and sorted the matter.
The outspoken president’s dog said mafia that have always been fighting him were at their game once more.
He accused them of recording an audio clip making it look like he was abusing Mutabazi.
Mirundi said he has nothing against Mutabazi and has managed to get back his programmes.
Mirundi was fired recently after an audio recording featured him saying his boss, President Yoweri Museveni, was losing grip of the country.
He accuses his State House rivals of doctoring the audio with the help of Independent Magazine founder, Andrew Mwenda.
Museveni warns Mirundi
Meanwhile, his boss today issued a warning to Mirundi to stop insulting people.
“Don’t offend people by saying wrong things – not only for Mirundi but for everyone,” Museveni said while addressing press at State Lodgi in Soroti.
“The tongue can be poison,” Museveni said, quoting the Bible.
Museveni said he had no details of what Mirundi was saying about people on his shows but insisted: “To say wrong things about people is wrong. Avoid it.”
He added: “If you offend people by words, it’s an offence. Even the bible says the tongue is poison.”