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Finally, The Thief’s 40 Days Are Over: Tycoon Don Izo Picked Like A Chicken Thief Hiding In The Ceiling After Conning Over 20 Billion Shillings

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Security has arrested socialite Isaac Nduhukire Nasser alias Don Nasser Izo for allegedly conning over 30 billion shillings from different business people.

Don Nasser was picked hiding in ceiling by the time of his arrest. It is alleged that he conned over $10m this year from different people.

Among them included a one Johnny Hill, an American who says he sealed a deal with Nasser that required him to supply 75kg of raw gold at $1.5m (approximately UGX 5.5Billion). Nasser disappeared with the money which forced Hill to hire Interpol to look for him.

“I came to Kampala on February 19 with Massy Mastula, my girlfriend and met Don Izo (Nasser) who told me that he had a connection with gold mines, we talked about it and became partners in business. Nasser told me that the suppliers had given him 72Kgs of gold to sell at market price..Nasser told me that taxes and workers had to be paid, taxes alone were 525,000 dollars. I went to my bank account, messed up my credit card, took a personal loan and sent money through Western Union and I gave him $280,000 cash money,” Hill said.

Hill also supplied copies as evidence to show how transferred money to Don Izo. He added that he has opened up a case of fraud against him.

Hill becomes the third victim to conned by Nasser and joins a Dubai businesswoman who cried foul after losing over $5.5M (nearly 18.8 Billion Uganda Shillings) in a similar scam orchestrated by the self-proclaimed Don and another Ugandan lady who also lost USD 360,000 (nearly 1.3 Billion Uganda Shillings).

Don Nasser is known in town for splashing money and driving expensive rides. He dated tycoon Mutaasa Kaferro’s daughter, a one Mastulla Kafeero and the two departed bitterly due to alleged infidelity and alcoholism from the Mastulla.

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Find A Solution To Why Artistes Are Leaving Museveni Instead Of Fighting Petty Wars – Hilderman Hits Back At Bebe Cool

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Musician Hillary Kiyaga alias Hilderman has hit out at Bebe Cool for exposing him as one of those people who are president Museveni’s money but are now denying.
In a lengthy letter via his social media page, Hilderman says that Bebe only gave him two million shillings which was not part of the contract they signed because the money that Bebe was distributing was for only artists who participated in the Tubonga naawe project which Hilderman was not part of.

Hilderman says that it’s true he was part of the 2016 Museveni campaign team but not in the Tubonga Nawe project where Bebe was given 400 million shillings for the artists’ SACCO .

Bebe last evening released a video of Dr Hilderman signing some papers with money on the table and promised to release more videos for other artists who denied that they never received any money from the president . Below is Hilderman’s letter:

RESPONSE TO BEBE COOL’S BLACKMAIL.
Background.

I was part of the 2016 campaign trail for president Museveni. With all due respect we had a contract and Memorandum of understanding between me and the contracting body KK Advocates which deserves
respect .

I was contracted to offer a service which i openly performed with dignity and royalty as was instructed by our MOU And I was paid.This campaign was branded with the Tubonga Nawe song which was launched in 2016 at Munyonyo where i was invited as a guest . The President was the chief guest and he pledged 400 millions towards the artists sacco. Bebe cool was granted the platform of speaking on behalf of all artists and so followed up the president’s pledge.

While at Sheraton some evening, a colleague called me and informed me how Bebe was
distributing money to artists who attended the Munyonyo event which i had also attended. I rang Bebe and he directed me to find him at serena.Bebe told me the money was only for musicians who featured in Tubonga Nawe song but not allartists. Since I never featured in the song, I automatically bought his statement. I decided to leave his hotel but before closing the door he called me back and gave me 2millions (two millions) and told me to sign for his easy accountability to legit beneficiaries. In the audio he muted this should reflect.

CLARIFICATION.
• I was part of the 2016 President mu7 campaign trail and I have never declined.
• For my services, the contracting body paid me the agreed sum of money.
• I was contracted for a period of time not on a permanent basis.
• No future political regulations were put on me, meaning after my contract I was free to
exercise my rights and freedom as any Ugandan.

• In case this money was for artists sacco, it was unlawful for Bebe who was mandated to
deliver it to sacco administrations to personally distribute it to individuals especially when
he had been directed by the Donor body

• I received 2 million shillings from Bebe and I signed for it, it would be more professional in all your BLACKMAIL endeavours to bring out every thing since you called it accountability.

• The public would be interested to know how a respected Ugandan spent their money. Lay
out how you distributed it in case your accountability is not aimed at black mail.

• It would be with good spirit also to inform the public how far the sacco establishment has
gone so far since you were mandated and facilitated as per your acknowledgement in your

CONCLUSION.
I have never DENIED participating in the NRM campaigns and struggles, actually not only for last 2016 but also the previous ones. I repeat, mbade wa NRM era nga sikikweka nga era bwesikweka kulaga nti nakyuka. , our aim is to unite all forces not create disunity. There are major issues at stake than your petty wars, as an elder brother your task would be actually to establish reasons why artists who supported muzei are running away. Your task now would be not losing anymore Hildermanz to the opposing side if you genuinely love your party.

For God and my country.
Kiyaga Hillay Innocent .Dr Hilderman.

By Mboowa Nathan (more…)

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Why Are You Stopping Show? Tuliyambala Engule Musician King Saha Asks Police

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Musician Ssemanda Mansur alias King Saha has asked police to give him a reason why they are stopping his Biri biri concerts.
It should be remembered that King Saha featured in Bobi Wine’s controversial ‘Tuliyambala Engule’ song.
Last week, Saha kicked of his concerts at Kyadondo Rugby grounds with tremendous success, since then, he has been staging extra concerts in different parts of the country.
Today, he was planning to continue with the last concert in Kasese when police allegedly blocked him.
“I don’t know why they are stopping my show, they haven’t given me a clear reason on why they are doing so,” Saha cried out on his Twitter page.
The Grapevine tried to talk to police mouthpiece CP Fred Enanga but his phone did not go through.

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MP Kato Lubwama Rallies Musicians: We Will Only Support New Regulations If Some Rules Are Removed

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Rubaga South legislator Kato Lubwama, who also doubles as the shadow minister for culture and performing arts has warned that musicians and artists will only support the new proposed regulations by the Ministry of Gender if they remove a section of rules that will squeeze artistes.
“For the past two days, I’ve been reached by several media & people is seeking for my comment on the intended regulation of artists. To say this loud and clear, I don’t support it in its current form.
Artistes in Uganda have single-handedly managed to grow art in the country without any help from government. It is thus disturbing to learn that the only time government has come out, it is with such regulations which threaten the future of art in the country,” the comedian turned MP said.
He added, “Much as there are a few positive rules in it that I agree with, majority are against the future of art in Uganda. The good thing is it is still just a draft which can be changed subject to our contributions.
I urge all of my colleagues in the art industry to come out and contribute towards this law because it will be us who will be affected once it is enacted into law.”

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