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Sources in security have told Chimpreports.com that after Chameleone laid siege at the Tanzania embassy, diplomats alerted IGP Lt. Gen. Kale Kayihura.
The police boss subsequently liaised with a military attaché in Tanzania to ensure Chameleone’s passport is “recovered as fast as possible and delivered in Kampala before sunset.”
A colonel at the Ugandan embassy swiftly got in touch with police authorities in Tanzania who contacted music promoter Eric Shigongo to release Chameleone’s passport or face arrest.
Shigongo was assured that he had not right whatsoever to confiscate anyone’s passport.
“Staring down on possible arrest and prosecution, Shigongo released the passport. He was advised to pursue a case against Chameleone if he had any grudges with the Ugandan music star,” said a source.
After Chameleone met Kayihura at Muyenga Community policing centre, the singer was chauffeured in security vehicles to ISO headquarters where he was handed the passport.
The development marked the end of the bitter battle between Shigongo and Chameleone that nearly threatened to jeopardize the relations between Tanzania and Uganda.