EXPOSED: "Nankulu' peels off to give way to real owner 'Wavah', the tycoon associated with the Spears Motors Group, importers of Mercedes Benz.

The Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) carnival is known a fete where people come together to socialize and have fun. It is also a good platform for showbiz.

Against all this, the KCCA Executive Director Jennifer Musisi opts for showbiz, perhaps; in one way or the other she always dominates the news at the end of every Carnival.

In one of the first carnivals, she made headlines for turning up in supposedly artificially enhanced hips that many suspected she had just worn. But that was then.

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Currently, she gotten more than what is needed to leave all men drooling everywhere she passes – she is now into fancy cars. Last year she made a grand entry to the carnival in a luxurious BMW convertible.

BEFORE COMEDY: The sleek Mercedes with customised number plate before it gave way to reveal real owner, Gordon Wavamunno aka Wavah
BEFORE COMEDY: The sleek Mercedes with customised number plate before it gave way to reveal real owner, Gordon Wavamunno aka Wavah

And yesterday she showed up at the Shs800 million event in a luxurious sleek Mercedes Benz.

But unlike in the first incidents where the public just suspected her hips had been enhanced, yesterday she was ‘stripped pants down’, leaving nothing to suspicion!

This was after ‘her’ car (in which she had been ushered), which had turned out to be the main attraction, exposed her.

The threads which had been holding the mighty ‘Nankulu’ (her Number plate) in place – finally gave in to exhaustion by the heavy plate, releasing it to reveal the true owner of the car that had earlier captured everyone’s attention.

And then bang! A customised plate of ‘Wavah’ was exposed after ‘Nankulu’ became displaced.

The car actually belongs to the WBS TV boss, Gordon Wavamunno of the Spear Motors fame contrary to what many had believed.

The exposure left many wondering why a person who receives a salary in excess of Shs40 million per month would ‘borrow’ a car.

“Why doesn’t she buy it if she loves it? See, how she has been embarrassed before the public!”

Interestingly however, Ms Musisi never got to know that the car had given out her closely-guarded secret!