When we entered the month of December last year, the Basama also known as people who live and work abroad where coming into the country one by one, the reason was basically to celebrate the festive season back home.
Among the people we have always known and expected in December we didn’t know one ninja called Cameron Gitawo, we only heard about him and how he is Richer than the rich gang (Ivan, Lawrence and Cheune )combined.
Both camps organized their year ending parties, first was the Rich Gang party at Liquid silk, then the TMT or The Money Team which comprises of Gitawo as the boss, Katsha Da bank and Meddie Ssentongo who were former Rich Gang members.
On the TMT party, Gitawo promised to spend over Shs100M. The people who went for the party got a schocker of their lives when the Money team spent just Shs200,000 on Sheeba and Irene Ntale. The money team was over shadowed by Tanzanian genuine tycoon Jack Pemba, he wasn’t the host of the party but he spent more than 5M.
This brings us back to the fact that Gitawo is a poser for a rich man, the latest coming in is that Mbuga who was detained at Kabalagala police post and later freed came out with anger.
Mbuga who bought the white BMW from Gitawo receive it but Gitawo still possessed both the BMW and Mbuga’s money (Shs77M). This has been the money that Gitawo has been using ever since he has ben in Kampala, eating and sleeping at Serena is what he has been using the money for.
At the end of the Money and Gold party they organized at Guvnor, Gitawo waited until the New Year and decided to fly back to South Africa. When Mbuga got to know that Gitawo is out of the country, he tried to call him demanding for his car or his money, Gitawo who was heard in a voice recording between the two said that the reason he rushed back to South Africa was that his wife and son were involved into a nasty accident which almost claimed their lives.
Gitawo is said to be the money team boss but again they said he is the poorest in the group, everything is run by Katsha who has a little savings.