City moneybag Brian Kirumira a.k.a Bryan White is being accused of fraud and has spent a couple of days in the cells as different people combine in effort to have their money paid back.

The debt woes have had the self-proclaimed Kilimanyi facing criticism from the public who claim that his source of income is not known and it could be true that he is a fraudster.

While appearing on NBS TV’s UnCut show, events promoter and ardent supporter of the National Resistance Movement party Balaam Barugahare pledged to help Bryan White out of his financial woes.

Balaam reveals that when he saw Capt. Mike Mukula’s tweet about arresting Bryan White, the promoter immediately called Mukula and asked him to be lenient to the moneybag because he is a supporter of the NRM party.

He also took trouble and visited the police cell where Bryan had been detained and the city philanthropist acknowledged having taken Mukula’s car and paying part of the money that was being demanded.

The car that has birthed troubles for Bryan White

Bryan also added that he failed to clear the outstanding debt because he had used most of his funds in projects related to the NRM and he was waiting for a refund from the party to be able to clear his debts.

Balaam then managed to convince Mukula to show up at the police station and sign an agreement with Bryan White as the city socialite returned the vehicle to him.

He also rubbished claims that Bryan White is being frustrated by the government saying that Mike Mukula was acting on his own behalf as an individual and not the government.

It’s not possible that the government is the one that effected his (Bryan White) arrest because these are different people. Capt. Mike Mukula sold his car to Bryan White as a person not as government. Even the other person demanding money from Bryan White had a personal agreement with him.

Balaam Barugahare

Listen to more of what Balaam had to say:

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Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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