By Paul Waiswa
Sudanese Army General seem to have taken a direction that no one would wish to experience. He has come out and claimed ownership of Promoter Balaam’s businesses in South Sudan, an action that has enticed Balaam seek for government intervention to make the two ends meet.
Balaam held a presser yesterday and revealed how he has risked his capital investing in South Sudan. He said however, a General in South Sudan is plotting to claim his property that includes a building, a radio station and a mineral water company.
The promoter disclosed that his landlady with whom they have a 25- year lease agreement is conniving with the General to cheat him, an action that has rendered Balaam in distress. On this note therefore, he has already penned to President Museveni to take part in the matter.
“Since Museveni is the chief coordinator of peace talks in S. Sudan, I have already written to him to help me talk to his fellow General,” Balaam said.
Not far from that, over the weekend, Balaam’s business partner identified as Andrew Leju was allegedly kidnapped by gunmen in Juba, South Sudan and creamed off to an unknown place.
His mobile phones were immediately switched off till now and efforts by his family and relatives to trace his course are still underway and on-going