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Investigate South Sudan tycoon who lost sh1.6b- Bad Black

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By Alex Balimwikungu

Socialite Shanita Namuyimbwa (Bad Black) might no longer have the money that jingles but her opinion on huge sums of money is one to be taken seriously.

She has come out to implore Police to institute a special investigation on the South Sudanese tycoon Jacob Adok who allegedly lost $429,000 (sh1.6b) following a break in at his home in Bunga on August 28.

With Police on the lookout for the prime suspect, Charles Olim popularly known as Sipapa, Bad Black wants police to also look into the operations of the victim.

Sipapa is a wanted man over missing money. Bad Black says police should investigate more. File Photo

She argues that for someone to keep that amount of money in their home raises some red flags. “They should investigate him before arresting Sipapa. How his he (Sipapa) know that the money was there in that house at that opportune time?” she argued.   

In 2011, Bad Black, then a buxom 25-year-old party-loving girl, gained stardom when she swindled £2.4million (sh11b) from a 53-year-old Briton, David Greenhalgh to fund her lavish lifestyle.

 She allegedly gained access to the Briton’s vast wealth after they were introduced by a Portuguese businessman and they agreed to set up a property company together called Daveshan Development Ltd.

She was later sentenced to 4 years jail  for embezzling Shs11 billion from Daveshan Company

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