By Watchdog reporter
Last week, singer Bobi Wine got a shock of his life when part of his One Love Beach Busabala was demolished by Buganda Land Board officials on allegations that he had occupied the land in question illegally.
Now, the singer has penned down a request to the King of Buganda Ronald Muwenda Mutebi asking him for a meeting so that he could expose the betrayal of Mengo land officials.
In his letter, the singer disputes the earlier information carried by the Mengo statement, that ”the singer was illegally occupying the piece of land”.
Bobi Wine maintains that he fully and dully paid all the fees six years ago, to the very office that spearheaded the demolitions.
“I have written this letter to bring to your attention that I have been oppressed and humiliated” Bobi Wine’s letter says, when translated.
“Recently I bought a piece of land in Busabala from Mengo Royal Treasury, whose dues I fully settled. I developed this land using a lot of money” Bobi Wine said in the letter.
“However after six years, your men from the same office turned against me, amid immense humiliation.
“Your Highness, I have tried to reach these officials for justice but all in vain. My calls are no longer answered”
“With the utmost humility, I ask for a chance to be heard your highness, so that I can tell you the truth because I have so much faith that your men are giving you wrong information about me and the entire issue”
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