Thursday, January 14 2016
Leila Kayondo overseeing Mbuga's construction work
After setting her hubby free from the assault charge that saw him spend at least 48 hours under police custody, Leila is now back to business, they've made up and she is now the one overseeing the construction project of Mbuga's flat. On the left is Leila's red Merc parked besides the flats that are under construction and on the right is how the flats will look like once completed.
They've dominated the first two weeks of the year 2016 and they continue to do so. SK was arrested following Leila crying out using social media, the Kikute singer came out shortly after pleading for his release but the authorities did not take any of that nonsense, that case was dropped two days back.
However, on coming out, Chris Mbibo aka Cameroon Gitawo had vanished with Mbuga's shs77m, he is now a wanted man after being slapped with papers but before all this, Mbibo had gone on rampage parading Mbuga's other wifey, Vivian Birungi claiming that she is his girlfriend.
Mbibo now has seven days to respond to Mbuga's lawyers Ms Alaka & Co. Advocates who are demanding for their legal costs amounting to Shs10m on top of the 77m/-.
Vivian came out to refute the allegations that she was not used by Gitawo, she had only gone to South Africa to buy a car.
Mbibo is yet to respond as Mbuga seems to be the last man standing after all the Sangoma's have disappeared.
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