By Our Reporter
It doesn’t rain, but it rained on Businessman Gordon Wavamuno. In a press briefing at his home in Gayaza over the Weekend, Wavamuno tickled tycoon Sudhir Ruparelia wondering how he had made it in a short time and remained standing in such ‘turbulent waters’, a thing that didn’t go down well with the Forbes Magazine East Africa’s money magnet.
Sudhir, having heard about this, reacted in a WhatsApp message which TheSpy landed on. “Hello Gordon, you seem to question me and my businesses. Did I ever come and steal from you? Did I ever borrow from and further more do I owe you any money? If you have grudges don’t involve me in them,” a copy of the message Sudhir replying to Gordon.
Sudhir has from time to time come out to advise people on how to become great entrepreneurs if they want to run a string of successful businesses like he has done over the years. The recent was on Friday while gracing the launch of Dr. Innocent Nahabwe’s inspirational book launch titled “treating small business”.
The Sudhir told entrepreneurs that there’s no straightforward way to guarantee themselves a rich future, but gave them some tips to help reach climax while in their youthful years.
“You will fall, but believe in yourself. Work hard. Do something for yourself. God helps those who help themselves, he said adding that; “The most important thing in doing business keep your word.”
Businessman Gordon Wavamunno has not had the best of times in the recent years following the closure of his WBS over tax evasion. He has publicly vented about his frustration, blaming President Yoweri Museveni’s government for marginalizing him.
It should be remembered that Wavamuno has been in a number of tax evasion cases and has lost quite a number of his businesses due to the same, the most prominent one being WBS TV. He laments that Museveni has forgotten him after he helped his government come to power.