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Bryan White Should Stop Showing Off And Pay For The Car He Stole – Lawyer Tells Socialite

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Counsel Anthony Wameli of Wameli & Company advocates has warned socialite Kirumira Bryan alias Bryan white to stop wasting time in stunts for cheap popularity and pay his client his remaining money for the car he took illegally.

Addressing the media today at the commercial court premises, after the hearing of the case in which a one Alex Banyenda is demanding a balance of 160,000 dollars from the socialite for his Mercedes Benz car he sold to him, Counsel Wameli said that Court presided over by Magistrate Wanguzise Brian gave Bryan White 10 days to file his defence.

Counsel Wameli said, “Today morning, court has extended our case to an unknown date because the defendant has to file his defence.” Narrating why they are in court, Wameli said, “In April this year, Bryan white saw my client Alex Banyenda’s car, a Mercedes Benz, and liked it. He approached my client’s driver without my clients knowledge and expressed his desire to buy it. Unknown to my client, the driver connived with Bryan white and he gave him the car. My client came back home and the car was missing. He started looking for it,  he contacted his police friends at Jinja Road to help him trace the car.

Suprisingly, he saw the car on social media with Bryan white. He contacted his colleagues at Jinja Road and in May, they went to Bryan white’s home in Munyonyo and found the car parked at his home. When we asked for the car, he bragged that he was going to buy it, he pleaded with my client who was not willing to sell it to her. He later accepted to sell him the car at 350,000 dollars. Bryan White pleaded that he could only afford 260,000 dollars. He paid 100,000 dollars cash and he still owes our client a balance of 160,000 dollars. When my client started demanding for his balance, Bryan white started threatening him. That’s how we ended up in court.”

In his defence, Bryan White says that he realized later that the car was overvalued and  what he paid was more so he completed payment.

When asked about the socialite’s defence, Wameri told the Grapevine that,  “My client does not manufacture cars, he had his personal car and Bryan White showed interest in it, he took it without his permission and knowledge, he even posted on Facebook and other social media platforms that he bought the car at $300,000, that means he is the one who overpriced the car. My client told him that he’s not selling but since he had priced the car, and had taken pictures of himself with this car, they agreed on the price.”

 

By Remmy Atugonza

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I Can’t Compete With Any Artiste In Uganda, I Am Now Focusing On International Competition – Bebe Cool

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Moses Ssali alias Bebe Cool who has just returned in the country says that the music industry in the country has been on a standstill for the last two and half months he has been out of the country and now that he is back, music will talk as usual.

The AFRIMA award winner says that the two months he has been in America, he hasn’t heard anything to talk about in the music industry which shows clearly that he leads and understands this industry more than any other person .

“Am back, I am the king of the industry in Uganda, people had no talk and the award is here also ,I don’t see any artist that I can compete with me in Uganda. I have now put focus on the international artists especially the South Africans who tend to do better music and videos,” Bebe Cool said.

In a press conference held at Torino hotel in Kampala, Bebe Cool also revealed to the media that he has brought in very good cameras and he is now going to set up a Gagamel Studio aimed at promoting talents and good artists will have a chance of recording audio and videos for free.

“I have always gone abroad to shoot music videos and l have always paid a lot of money for these videos but now Uganda can have this money here, every good talent be it Apass can record his videos and audios for free with us so long as they have good music, I am here to promote talent, I have brought in two good cameras and one of the cameras cannot be found in East Africa, so the money will remain in the economy of the country.” Bebe Cool narrated

Bebe Cool has also revealed that he has now focused on helping the needy by paying school fees for more than two hundred children for a full year through his Amber Heart Foundation.

He says that he is using the concert dumbed ‘tondeka e Kiwatule’ scheduled this month to collect the money which will be used to pay fees for these children . He called upon Ugandans to stop politicizing concerts. Bebe was accompanied by five children who he funded for heart operation at Amber Heart Foundation in India.

 

By Mboowa Nathan

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Ann Kansiime  In  Steamy Moods With New Boyfriend

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Renown Ugandan Comedian Ann Kansiime has painted her love for new boyfriend on social media.

Kansiime  has decided to go public and she went on to share cozy moments with her new catch to the public.

Kansiime has today posted a picture kissing her new lover  Tukahirwa Abraham  who calls himself Skylanta.Skylanta is an upcoming artist from Mbarara and has sons like nikwekiri, hemba, kimate among others.

Ann Kansiime broke out with her husband Gerald Ojok nine months ago over  financial issues.

 

By Monic Atwiine

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PRIDE OF BUSOGA: Quiin Abenakyo Bags Miss World Africa Crown at the 2018 Miss World finale

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Quiin Abenakyo has been crowned Miss World Africa in this years’ Miss world finale that took place in sanya. China.

Quinn is the first Miss Uganda to make it to the top 5 finalists after her idea about fighting Juvenile pregnancies got her votes.

The 68th Miss World title went to Mexico’s Vanessa Ponce de Leon with Thailand’s Nicolene Pichapa Limsnukan as first runner up.

Belarus’ Maria Vasilevich Belarus is the second runner up with Jamaica’s Kadija Robinson in fourth place while Quiin is in position number five.

A computer science student, the 22-year-old Abenakyo, hails from Mayuge District in Eastern Uganda. Abenakyo was born premature, at seven months, and had to be in an incubator.

“My mother told me that I was a very tiny little baby, and when I miraculously survived the ordeal, she named me Quinn (from the title Queen). To her, I was a very special child,” she said.

As Abenakyo grew up, the name in some way influenced her actions.

“I did not want to soil my name with bad actions,” she added.

So, most of the time, Abenakyo tried to be disciplined and obedient. She believes that the name has also shaped her destiny as seen from her recent Miss Uganda win.

 

By Monica Atwiine

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