Thursday, April 17 2014
Geoffrey Lutaaya and the other members who broke away from Eagles Production to form Golden Band have come to a general consensus. All the ex-members will perform in the four shows dubbed; 'Bye-Bye Eagles' in May 2014. Proceeds from the shows will go towards settling the Shs 320 million Balaam was demanding from Eagles Production that has since split.
The two parties were in Nakawa court yesterday. Lutaaya and the Golden Band members were asked to show cause why they should not pay the Shs 320m as required by promoter Balaam. Through their lawyers, the two parties asked for a closed session, which was granted. They later came back to court with a common position that was agreeable to both parties. Balaam has since withdrawn the case.
Music pundits say this was the best way to settle this matter other than going through the tedious court process. Balaam had promised to attach their houses and hotels had the interest accumulated to over Shs 600 million.
One of the Golden Band members who was asking her fans to pray for her before the court process can now breathe a sigh of relief. "Finally, we are done, thanks for your prayers. I already have more than enough debts," Catherine Kusasira wrote on her wall.
Anita Fabiola appointed Uganda's Tourism Ambassador
Politicians should go back to school and learn entertainment-Bebe Cool
Wednesday, 21 November 2018
Uganda to start issuing the EAC electronic passport in January 2019
Wednesday, 07 November 2018
Tulambule Ne Zari 4-day-tour of Western Uganda with the Minister of Tourism
Tuesday, 30 October 2018
Sheebah Karungi is the proud owner of this orange SUV
Thursday, 20 September 2018
After a few weeks in the USA, Bobi Wine has returned to th country to serve his constituents
Monday, 17 September 2018
Chameleone is teaching Daniella a few games
Why Kasirye Gwanga shot at Catherine Kusasira's car