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Sweet Kid, soldier clash

By Vision Reporter

Added 19th August 2009 03:00 AM

A UPDF officer, Capt. Sam Okia and artiste Moses Sserwadda aka Sweet Kid nearly fought yesterday over ownership of a recording studio on Lumumba Avenue at Nakasero in Kampala.

By James Kabengwa

A UPDF officer, Capt. Sam Okia and artiste Moses Sserwadda aka Sweet Kid nearly fought yesterday over ownership of a recording studio on Lumumba Avenue at Nakasero in Kampala.

Okia said the studio, D. Records, is solely owned by his son Allan Okia, who is now in the US.

Sweet Kid, however, said he bought the studio from its rightful owner, Dennis Muwonge. But the two could not show papers relating to the ownership.

“I can’t allow you to take my son’s property. That is why I have closed the premise,” Okia said.

“Where have you obtained a court order to close our studio? You don’t have a background to the ownership of this property,” Sweet Kid told Okia.

Muwonge said Allan was merely an employee who owned some equipment in the company.

He read an email from Allan to the captain saying: “Hi dad, I want my speakers, snake cable, head phones, sound card and my photo board. That’s all. Please leave Dennis’ computer the way it is. Dennis and Sweet Kid are my friends.”

The captain maintained that he would not open the studio until his son returns in December.

Sweet Kid, soldier clash

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