This was about the circumstances of his departure and return after just six months.
While addressing a press conference in Makindye on Friday, the former Eagles Production artist clarified that he was never deported as reported in some circles. He explained that his six-month stay in the UK was legal. He apparently has all the paperwork to prove it.
“I have a resident permit in the UK, as so do all my family members that I left behind,” he said.
“I was there legally and I left legally. That is why my kids are studying there. They wouldn’t be if I was there illegally… So, those reports that I ran away from here or that I was deported are not true.”
Mayinja further revealed that in the UK, he and his family have been living in their own house. He claims he purchased and is still being paid for through a mortgage.
“Some of you have friends in the UK, you can phone them and ask if I have been staying at someone else’s home. I can tell you that the way I sleep here is the same way I have been sleeping there,” he said.
Mayinja also emphasized that he did not sell his Munyonyo mansion as reported. However, he rented it out to tenants. Currently, he said he is staying at another one of his houses in Kampala.
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