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Lucky Dube’s former fashion designer faces 7 years in prison in Uganda for possession of army uniforms

Lucky Dube’s former fashion designer faces 7 years in prison in Uganda for possession of army uniforms

Lucky Dube’s former fashion designer faces 7 years in prison in Uganda for possession of army uniforms

Latif Madoi, who is known to have dressed reggae icon Lucky Dube, has been in jail for more than a month. (Photo by John Lynn Kirk/Redferns)

An internationally renowned fashion designer could face up to seven years in prison in Uganda if convicted of possessing army uniforms, his lawyer has told News24.

Ugandan Latif Madoi, 47, who is understood to have once dressed the late South African reggae icon Lucky Dube, has been in jail for more than a month.

Some of his notable clients included the late Jamaican reggae artist Peter Morgan as well as Ugandan pop artists Jose Chameleone and Bebe Cool.

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