Moroto Promoter Drags Chameleone to Court Ahead Of Rescheduled “Gwanga Mujje” Concert

By Nathan Eyagu




The spirit of darkness continues hoovering around the Leone Island boss who is yet to hold a mighty concert dubbed “Gwanga Mujje” in Kampala early this week.



Chameleon who is yet to have his second attempt of holding the “Gwanga Mujje” concert on the 24th has yet again received a back lash from Teso-Moroto Promoter identified as Ashraf Kirya of Mulla Entertainment who has dragged him to court after registering huge losses following a show that was organized in Moroto but later the Singer never turned up.


Jose’s badluck seems to be on the rise specially after his first attempt to hold the “Gwanga Mujje” concert went into waste after the gigantic stage that took days to be built was brought down in a blink of an eye by the heavy downpour together with strong winds that occurred on the same day he was meant to hold the concert thus leaving him in huge loses.


Mulla Ent having gone through a series of plans to see through that the “wale wale” event he had organized in Moroto goes smoothly with lots of adverts on radios and drives, stage setup and others attracted hundreds of people across Karamoja and the neighboring countries but to their disappointment the singer never showed up at his own show, and instead made appearance at the Spice Diana show in Lugogo.


Mulla who was so frustrated decided to pay a flight ticket for the Singer to fly to Moroto like a king which also didn’t yield results thus registering losses.


According to the Elgon Advocates letter dated 14th, February,2023, the event Organizers were seriously beaten up by the angry mob thus leaving one toothless.


Although Chameleon later posted on his wall that he misses his flight from US to Uganda, Chameleons’ manager on a phone call with Mulla testified that Chameleon was at home sleeping.


“On January 13, 2023, we called Chameleone’s manager and he told us that the artiste was at his home sleeping. Therefore, it’s not true that he wasn’t in Uganda,” Mulla said.


“We were expecting a lot of people to attend that event. Some came from Sudan, Kenya and others came from the neighbouring districts, but they never got chance to see Chameleone perform for them.”


In the same letter, Chameleon has been requested to solve the matter amicably with Mulla Ent by paying a fee of about Shs150m in damages within 4 days or face legal action that includes but not limited to instituting both a civil suit for breach of contract and a criminal case for obtaining money by false pretense at his own cost and peril.


It should also be noted that the hotel (Moroto Resort Hotel) where the event was to take place cost Mulla Ent about Shs5M to hire and through their director wrote to the promoter a demand note reminding him to clear an unspecified amount of money for the losses that they incurred after the crowd turned crazy, destroying hotel property thus tarnishing the hotel’s reputation.


Chameleons’ luck that seems to be turning upside down after a number of happenings could have been caused by his flogging a boda boda rider who accidentally scratched his car before the “Gwanga Mujje concert”.

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