These were her words when an article she did not agree with was published in one of the local dailies;
"But as you sit on those Nation media desks to continuously insult me and provoke me, I own a company that does a ring of businesses from distributorship, to experiential marketing to TV show production to commercial agriculture to several agency works, on top of that I do charity under my foundation."
"I employ 58 people! Not mentioning my fellow youth that I often connect to opportunities! For the last four years my business has made a turnover of over a billion Uganda shillings. Not so bad for a 28 year old struggling business owner."
When her debtors got to know about these rather interesting details, they swung into action as they saw no reason for her to continue clinging onto their money if the above profile is anything to go by.
The debtors lawyers, Namara Twenda & Co. Advocates published a Demand Notice in a local daily;
"You obtained a loan from our client a financial institution, secured the said loan with the motor vehicle hereunder captured and defaulted on payment."
"You are hereby demanded to pay up the loan within a period of 7 days or in the alternative avail the said motor vehicle at our client's premises. If the same is not done, our client shall be left with no option but to have the said motor vehicle impounded."