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Chameleone and Bukedde's Sseguya bury the hatchet

24 May 2018 12:30 AM @ugandaonline


Sseguya and Chameleone bury the hatchet

Latest info regarding the case between star singer Jose Chameleone and Bukedde TV's Josephat Sseguya is that the two have agreed to bury the hatchet behind the scenes at Catherine Kusasira's intro.


During the introduction ceremony that was attended by literally all the artists that were in the country at the time, Chameleone attended the ceremony with his two children, Abba and Alpha, but his actions left a lot to be desired.

The Champion singer assured Sseguya that he was of late doing a lot of bad publicity about him, 'Nze Tonsobola'..meaning; "You can't manage me.." Chameleone told Sseguya.

At the time, Sseguya had highlighted the issue of the two boys cruising a Chrysler on the yet to be commissioned Entebbe Express Highway.

It has been a tug of war between these two for the last one month, but the good news is that they have agreed to put all this behind them and this was through the mediation of promoter Balaam Barugahara as he notes;


"The unnecessary fight amongst 2 Brothers and clan mates Dr Jose Chameleone and Josephat Sseguya has been buried, thanks to God, I have been able to reconcile them this evening with the Help of counsel Kiryowa Kiwanuka KK Advocates and Vision Group lawyer."

"Thank you Dr Jose and Josephat for having forgiving hearts and good intentions for each other. With that nothing will stop our concert on Friday 7th December 2018 @ Cricket Oval, the Return of the Legend."


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