Wednesday, June 13 2012
Embattled city socialite Shanita Namuyimbwa aka Bad Black could win the court case looking at how events are unfolding.
According to the submissions by Bad Black's lawyer Caleb Alaka, it was noted that the defrauding case came up after a disagreement between David and Bad Black. Greenhalgh did not sign the Memorandum of Association (MOA) which is supposed to be signed by all the directors before a company is formed.
Barclays Bank rejected the MOA but the parties removed some documents and this is when a bank account was opened. The other finding was that a bank account was opened before the comapny was incorporated.
In the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), Greenhalgh is a Ugandan but on testifying in court, he was British, so according to Bad Black's lawyer, he lied to the registrar of companies.
It was further noted that $2m was given to Bad Black before Daveshan Development company existed, so this could have been upkeep money now that they were in a relationship.
Alaka noted that Bad Black was the sole signatory on the account, therefore she was authorised to transact on behalf of the company and could not steal from her own company.
Alaka wondered how a 54-year old Engineer with a Masters degree could entrust a prostitute and an S.2 drop-out with Shs12b.
With the above submissions, Alaka is praying that the accused can be acquitted because she has no case to answer.
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