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Friends spray cash, champagne on Ugandan billionaire's corpse (Video)

A Ugandan online medium claims that the late tycoon was buried with 100 million UGX (Ugandan Shilling) which is an equivalent of $27,763.

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The friends, under the name Rich Gang, paid their last respect to Semwanga, who was their president till his death on May 25, 2017.

In the video, the deceased Ugandan tycoon’s casket was seen being lowered into the earth, surrounded by members of the Rich Gang, who poured expensive wines and tons of money on it.

The medium further added that the Rich Gang have hired four policemen for a period of four months to protect the grave from tomb raiders who may want to break in to steal the money and alcohol.

Late Semwanga was the ex-husband of Uganda’s showbiz stunner, Zari Hassan, with whom he had three sons.

Born on December 12, 1977 in Nakaliro, Kayunga District of Uganda, Semwanga, according to multiple reports, was declared dead on May 25, 2017 after spending 11 days in Steve Biko Academic Hospital in Pretoria, South Africa, where he had been admitted and put on life support machines.

He was aged 39.

With a business base in South Africa, Semwanga leads the Rich Gang pack, which according to reports, is big on both humanitarian and philanthropy principles which target the less privileged youths, especially Ugandans living in South Africa.

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