Promoter Zaina Hires Erias Lukwago to Prosecute Chameleone
As the political atmosphere continues to intensify, another drama has ensued when a Ugandan South
African based events promoter Zaina has hired Jose Chameleone’s rival Erias Lukwago to prosecute him.
The events promoters identified as Zainabu who jetted in the country yesterday affirmed that
Chameloene had taken her for a ride after failing to pay back her money worth Ugx200 million over
breach of contract.
Jose Chameloene who was slated to perform in South Africa in 2015, but failed to appear even when
money was paid to zero balance and first class air tickets booked. Zainabu asserts the Chameleone together with his manager Mr. Mutima have overtime been deal dulling since 2015 till date making her incur a lot more expenses coupled with dodging court sessions.
“I had booked Chameleone to perform in South Africa in 2015 but he didn’t turn up, well we harmonized and rescheduled him for another show in 2016 which he failed to appear despite booking the first class air flight tickets and paying him” Zaina narrates.
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She adds that she was compelled to pursue legal action against the singer and until date she has never
had justice as well as being compensated her damages as courts of law keep post ponding the case.
on contrary, Chameleone acknowledges the development and affirms that he is ready to meet Zaina and
settle matters out of court.
However, he has come out and revealed that his rivals are trying to use this to fight him politically given
that his opponent Lukwago is the one in charge of the case.
“People are in fear and panic they are trying whatsoever means to put us down politically but we are on the right cause Lukwago should not use this. However, with Zaina we are going to settle our matters so soon” Jose Chameleone speaks out.
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