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Radio and Weasel forcefully evict Jeff Kiwanuka from Makindye home

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We can as well name this- the Neverland drama series. Well these series started sometime back when singers Radio and Weasel parted ways with their manager Jeff Kiwanuka.  Jeff (inset) quickly started his own music camp, Team No Sleep, and signed Weasel’s two younger brothers AK47 and Pallaso as well as Sheeba.
That, according to Radio, wouldn’t be a problem, but the problem and the pivot point of these series was Jeff refusing to leave the Neverland house in Makindye, which Radio and Weasel continue to argue belongs to them. Efforts to challenge Jeff’s stay at police and court have proved fruitless. But along the way, there have been verbal exchanges and physical fights between Radio and Weasel’s camp, with that of Jeff.
But over the weekend, Radio and Weasel decided to give the series a new twist. The duo and their minders decided to take the law in their hands as they broke into Jeff’s apartment, and removed all his belongings, packed them on a truck and instructed the driver to dump them at a certain garage in Makindye.
And even then, not all belongings in Jeff’s room were put on the truck; a few of them that Radio and Weasel claim to have purchased were left behind and locked up in the room after fitting new locks.
Jeff was not reachable for a comment, but sources told us that he reported the matter to police and engaged his lawyers. Radio on the other hand told us that they decided to do things their way because court and police were prolonging Jeff’s stay in their house. “This is our house, we have proved that, but court and police keep telling us this and that, making Jeff’s stay in our house longer. he has beaten up our people in our own house, now is the time, let him go and get a place to stay and start his own life,” Radio told us.

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