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Singer BigEye StarBoss Threatens to Sue NRM over Failure to Pay His Campaign Arrears

He camapigned in 2010

Musician Ibrahim Mayanja popularly known as BigEye StarBoss has come out and issued NRM party leadership a letter of intent to sue them for failure to pay him despite having campaigned for the party since 2010.

Big Eye recently made social media rants on how the NRM party headed by President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni had failed to pay his allowances and failure to respect the contract the two parties agreed upon.

Following social media posts that the singer posted recently, they haven’t yielded the fruits. However, BigEye StarBoss has embarked on taking on legal redress by suing the party leadership to have him compensated.

It should however be noted that BigEye StarBoss is an ardent supporter of the NRM party. In addition, and amidst all these developments, music critics have come out and affirmed that the singer is seeking public sympathy as well as attention to stay relevant in the scenes.

The musician has therefore sought the service of KM Advocates and associates to help officiate his case in which he issues a demand notice to NRM party leadership.

BigEye StarBoss

Below is what BigEye StarBoss stated while he attached the intent letter to sue NRM leadership.

When I came out last week and painfully exposed my debts, some people thought that I wanted free money. Through my lawyers, Am here to demand the money I worked for in 2011 presidential campaigns for Mr. Yoweri Museveni (Chairperson of the National Resistance Movement )” Big Eye lamented.


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