Friday, 18 April 2014

Bobi Wine strikes a pose on the black Tundra

Bobi Wine is currently in a dispute over the ownership of a 4WD truck, a Toyota Tundra, with Uganda Red Cross Society (URCS). The car was part of the suspected smuggled goods that police and URA officials found at the home of the then URCS, secretary General, Richard Nataka.

According to officials who had access to the Tundra's bill of lading, they confirm that URCS is the importer, so the car belongs to Red Cross and it was bought using their money. However, the car was on Wednesday released to Bobi Wine something that has left URCS officials disturbed.

The 'Kiwaani' singer, Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine, also, says the car is his.''I was working with Red Cross for seven years as their goodwill ambassador. I imported that car using my money and since I was working with them, I asked for a lift in their container. I paid shs 53 million in taxes for that car."

Bobi Wine adds that Red Cross owes him money to the tune Shs 43m, a claim the current Secretary General, Ken Odur trashes.

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