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Bobi Wine in Fresh Trouble Over Armoured Vehicle


Ugandan Bobi Wine is stewing in new trouble over a supposed bullet-proof vehicle in his possession.

As indicated by a report on Sunday by the Daily Monitor paper, the vehicle has pulled in the consideration of the Ugandan authorities.

The Ugandan Revenue Authority (URA) said in a proclamation that the details of the vehicle had been distorted and in this way underestimated constraining it to review the vehicle for re-assessment.

Responding to the assertion delivered by the URA, the lawyer of Bobi Wine, whose genuine name is Robert Kyagulanyi, has anyway declined to give up the vehicle on grounds that the review isn’t supported by law.

“Much as it is true you have the powers under section 236(d) of the EAC Customs Management Act to examine goods, you don’t have automatic powers to reexamine goods which were in your custody (warehouse), were examined, assessed for tax, the tax fully paid and the goods released to the owner/taxpayer,” a statement by Bobi Wine’s lawyer read in part.

Further reports revealed that the vehicle in question was originally imported and registered in Kenya last year and then re-imported to Uganda through the Busia border.


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