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Radio Could Lose Shares In Soldiers Bar

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Sources insist that Radio has not yet paid the last bit of his installment amounting to Shs 12m.


“Radio took a loan from loaded Simon as they purchased the bar from its former owner,” a source said.


Radio was required to refund the Shs 12m in order to fully attain rights as a shareholder and thereafter begin to partake of the huge earnings.


But information trickling in indicates that the singer is unable to raise the money.


HI-table’s Simon now sights a billion dollar opportunity to take full ownership of the bar.


The said bar was sometime back closed to allow parties forge a way forward.


The bar which was bought by the pair late last year, has been running for close to three months.


It occurred that the bar cost a total of Shs 18m and the buyers were tasked to pay six months’ rent amounting to Shs 6m.


A bigger percentage of this dime was paid by Simon, and Radio was just a face of the purchase.


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