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Thursday, July 26 2012

In Set: Jose Chaameleone performing in Tz and there after he travelled to Rwanda
We recently told of how Jose Chameleone had performed in Tanzania after four years from the time he sleep walked off the third floor damaging his legs seriously. Tanzanian fans at the Saba Saba stadium loved the Valu Valu flow.

However, the Tanzanian ghosts are not sleeping as they are still haunting him and now his performance in South Africa and the UK(Olympics opening ceremony) hang in balance after a one Eric Shigongo, CEO of Global Publishers, the company that hired him to perform in TZ confiscated his passport over US$3500 which is approximately Ugx 8.5m.

According to Chameleone, that money was swindled by a one George in Kampala who he managed to track and forwarded to police but was released later under circumstances that were not clear to him.

Jose Chameleone tried to reach out to the Tanzanian Embassy here in Uganda over the matter but did not get that much help. "I have upcoming performances in South Africa, England, Belgium, Norway, Canada etc, so is Eric Shigongo above the law to keep my passport illegally for over a month?"

Chameleone has now abandoned his house and is heading to the Tanzanian Embassy where he will camp to the time when Eric surrenders his passport to the Ugandan Government. Watch this Space!

Related: Chameleone Performs in TZ after four Years
In this article Jose Chameleone

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