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Police Free Viola Hit Singer Geosteady

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medical price http://dayacounselling.on.ca/wp-includes/class-wp-site-query.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>He was arrested for breaching an agreement made between himself and the family of the late Wamala involving a sum of Shs 40m.


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ChimpLyf found the Viola lyricist at Edmond Entertainment’s offices Kireka where he denied charges of plagiarism.


“We agreed with Fiona Mukasa. I gave her Shs 3m but in the end, she betrayed me,” he pointed out.


“She turned around all the information given to the media.”


Geosteady was released on police bond on condition that he looks for the money to pay back Fiona’s family.


“I will organise a concert on May 6, 2014 so as to raise the said money. For the moment, I don’t have any money but I will pay.”


Eddy Ssenoga, Geosteady’s manager attacked Elly Wamala’s family for being selfish to such an extent.


“I know where the problem comes from. We paid Fiona the amount we agreed on but these people didn’t expect that Viola would become such a hit as it is now. That is why they decided to change their minds.”

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