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A top party leader is on the spot for allegedly conning a popular businessman. According to the reports, a politician who holds a top party leadership position has disowned his assistant in a deal that has gone sour.
It is reported that the political juggernaut party leader has allegedly asked his assistant to collect almost dh 7 million from a business person. The cash was aimed at helping the business person to secure a deal in the political post.
The politician allegedly called the businessman who was compliant to the deal of paying Shs. 7 million and asked him to prepare his 'people' as the deal looked to have gone well. The businessman reportedly gave the cash to the assistant but in vain he didn't get the award.
Upon seeing that he was not rewarded, the businessman went to report the matter to the police station. The investigations have been called off to identify whether the man gave the cash or not.
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