Gospel Crooner Ringtone Denies Land Grabbing Accusations

February 3, 2015

ringtoneA riled Ringtone has denied any links to a 5 acre plot that is reported to have been grabbed.
Speaking to Word Is, the gospel singer defended himself saying,”I’m a man of God, I know nothing about that piece of land. I’m a public figure and I’m prone to having my name misused and misquoted.” 
Located on Ushiriki Road, near Hardy Police station, the land in question belonged to the late Roger Robson. Residents in the area have claimed that a private developer has fenced off the land.
The Pamela hitmaker was pointed out by the late Robson’s lawyer, Guy Spencer Elms as one of the people in a group led by a city politician and a businesswoman who stormed the prime Karen property on December 21 and evicted a guard and two caretakers, claiming they had bought the land from the deceased businessman.
“I’m preaching in Eldoret where I have a school tour. I’m very busy. I will not take time to justify or respond to propaganda,” He added.

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