Wednesday, June 24 2020
President Museveni shakes hands with Big Eye in 2011
Ibrahim Mayanja aka Big Eye also Sheila Don Zella's ex-lover has threatened to drag the National Resistance Movement and its Chairman to the courts of law if they don't pay him for the services he rendered in the 2011 presidential election campaign.
Big Eye was part of the artists that performed during the campaign rallies, but he was not paid as he claims;
"When I came out last week and painfully exposed my debts, some people thought that I wanted free money. Through my lawyers, Am here to demand for the money I worked for in 2011 presidential campaigns for Mr. Yoweri Museveni (Chairperson of the National Resistance Movement)."
Big Eye, last week came out crying out for whoever could help to come to his rescue as he was on the verge of losing a house that he bought at 400M but has only managed to pay 60M.
His ex-lover Don Zella jumped on this and told him off. You need to first apologize to me for claiming that you were not responsible for the twins I delivered while staying with you, otherwise, they will forever continue to haunt you."
Big Eye has given the NRM 14 days to respond or else the law will take its course.
Not long back, Big Eye met the President and he was very sure that he will be on the campaign trail for the forthcoming elections, but when the Electoral Commission announced that the candidates will not be holding campaign rallies due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Mayanja's cries became even louder.
To Mayanja, this scientific way of doing things just got him thinking of alternatives and dragging the NRM is what caught his attention.
Big Eye's latest move is coming, days after Bad Black got some money from the NRM supporters and she has since kept her cool, otherwise, Mama Jona as she is fondly called was threatening to release her Gal Brigade that she had commandeered in the advert not to interact with the truck drivers in a bid to control the spread of the coronavirus.
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