Renowned UK-based Uganda events promoter Joseph Kiggundu, known as JOSE JOBS LINK, has strongly denied any involvement with a fake document that circulated on social media.
This document wrongly linked his company, “JobsLink UK,” to the MK Movement.
The fake document had many mistakes about his company’s name.
The fake document claimed that JobsLink was trying to secure the rights to host General Muhoozi and his team in the UK, implying a connection to the MK Movement.
However, JobsLink has made it clear that he has nothing to do with this document. He believes it was created to damage his reputation and his relationship with the public, as well as his friendship with Robert Kyagulanyi, the NUP principal.
It’s worth noting that this fake document appeared shortly after JobsLink organized a major birthday celebration at Bobi Wine’s One Love Beach in Busaabala.
During this event, he announced his retirement from event organizing, effective 2nd of December, after the MESACH @46 CONCERT at the Royal Regency in the UK.
Therefore, it doesn’t make sense for the fake document to suggest that JobsLink is seeking to host MK Movement events in the UK, considering his upcoming retirement.
JobsLink has urged the public to disregard the fake document and treat it with the disdain it deserves.
He believes that the creators of the document are simply trying to undermine his reputation.