- October 21, 2021
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Presidential advisor Buchaman thrown out of ghetto house over rent arrears
Ghetto president Mark Bugembe alias Buchaman and presidential advisor has been thrown out to the streets after he was evicted from the ghetto house that he has been occupying for years and failed to pay his rent arrears.
According to reports, Buchaman was issued with a notice asking him to vacate the house after he was inconsistent with his rent payment and the bills ket
The house has also been used by Buchanan as his official residence as well as his ghetto statehouse, with ghetto and Rastafarian graffiti written all over it.
After being given a grace period of the months rent-free to enable him to get another house to occupy, Bucha refused to vacate the house for three more months until when authorities together with the landlord evicted him by force, rendering him homeless.
According to Ssempijja Reuben the secretary for defence in Kiwafu Parish, he was given permission by a one Kityo, the owner of the house in which Buchaman has been residing to sell off the property.
However, when the chairperson of the area approached the “Lwaki temumatila” singer asking him to use the three months grace period to vacate, he sent goons who attacked him.
Ssempijja also dismissed claims that the singer had actually bought the house, saying he was just a Tennant.