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Sweden has not been bad to you, Vivienne tells SK Mbuga

May 19, 2019, 12:20 AM @ugandaonline

Vivienne Mbuga shares a clip of her hubby in a jovial mood

Vivienne Mbuga shares a clip of her hubby in a jovial mood captioned as; "Sweden has not been bad to you"

"Sweden hasn't been bad to you," Vivienne posted on her Instagram page.

All indications seem to suggest that SK Mbuga will be coming back home very soon following several months of battling with fraud related cases abroad.

His wife Vivenne Mbuga shared two clips of her hubby clad in sporty wear smiling and jogging around saying; "They will be happy."



Indeed, they are very happy and his wife Vivienne could not wait to share the clip with her fans and well-wishers.

Vivienne has not been posting on Instagram for a while now as she was equally in Luzira over similar charges, but she has resumed posting and the SK Mbuga jovial clips were the first postings she made.

"I was raised to level up," Vivienne added.

It is now left to be seen when the socialite can be back home, some sources claim in two weeks’ time, but for now though, we will just wait to see if he has sorted his problems out.

Vivienne looks SK Mbuga in the eye

SK Mbuga and wife still battling with charges

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According to a Swedish newspaper Expressen, Sten Heinsoo, 70, a Swedish politician gave Vivienne 53 million Swedish Krona which is the equivalent of Uganda shillings 23 billion...

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Days after extraditing her husband to Denmark, Vivienne Angela Chebet has equally been arrested by authorities here in Uganda.

Socialite SK Mbuga had for the last one year been detained at Al Awiir Central Prison in Dubai, and just a few days back, he was relocated to Denmark where he has more fraud-related charges to answer. The amount in question is 9.5Billion.

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