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Katatumba kicks Shumuk out of Blacklines House
Publish Date: Feb 10, 2014
Katatumba kicks Shumuk out of Blacklines House
Boney Katatumba (Middle) overseeing the eviction of Shumuk from his building. PHOTO/ Richard Sanya
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By Emmanuel Luganda

Businessman Boney Katatumba has evicted Shumuk Company properties from his Blacklines House in Kampala.


Court on last week issued an eviction and attachment orders allowing Katatumba vacant possession of his properties Katatumna Suiites on Plot 2, Colville Street and Hotel Diplomat Plot 970&971 Muyenga Tank Hill that were fraudulently taken by his former business associate Mukesh Shukla aka Shumuk.

Katatumba is also the Ambassador of Pakistan in Uganda.

A misunderstanding between Katatumba and Shumuk arose in 2009 when he trusted Mukesh Shukla in business dealings but turned against him.

Shumuk properties on the Street. PHOTO/Richard Sanya

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