Drama following television queen and budding politician Justine Nameere’s life has entered a new season.
A few weeks after walking victorious out of Faridah Nakazibwe’s act, who she had dragged to court for defamation, now Nameere is faced another humiliating accusations.
A manager at Khan Investments, a car bond in Kampala, has run to NBS television, accusing Nameere of taking and failing to pay for a car she took on loan.
The lady said Justine, walked into Khan Investments owned by Asians, and threw around her weight of being a “Minister’s daughter” who wanted two vehicles to do “President Museveni’s work”. Nameere is alleged to be a daughter to Agriculture minister, Vincent Ssempijja, who is also battling accusations of misusing money meant to fight locusts and for slaughtering cattle from a government farm without proper authorization.
The manager says, Nameere and her friend, who turns out to be her former fiance, Raymond Mujimba, took on credit two vehicles, a Pajero IO and Toyota Surf. That was back in 2017. She promised to pay in two months time and deposited sh5 million for sh21 million vehicle.
When she took the vehicle, Nameere also issued a sh10 million cheque which however she asked the business owners not to bank for fear it would bounce.
However Nameere disappeared, continued lying to the car bond owners how she was busy with big figures such as Gen Salim Saleh.
Khan investments manager lost patience and mounted a search for her and boyfriend.
Ms Nameere, an aspirant for Youth MP, denies allegations, saying instead it her ex boyfriend who defaulted on his payment. The bond manager however says Nameere is the signatory of the facility.
Cases coming after Nameere at every corner, beg lots of questions on the integrity of the aspiring youth leader.
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