Lawyer wants billionaire’s grave opened to retrieve buried money
A lawyer has requested that the grave of Ugandan-born South Africa-based late billionaire, Ivan Semwanga, be opened up.
The 39-year-old billionaire was buried with large amount of money said to be about 100 million Ugandan Shillings by family and friends.
The lawyer, Tugume Gideon, had deposed that Semwanga was buried with money, a legal tender that no one is allowed to hoard.
Ugandan media reports that Gideon had sued to have the grave opened and the money removed, claiming that the money is a legal tender and should not be locked down with anyone.
The lawyer has consequently petitioned the high court to have Ivan Semwanga’s grave dismantled .
Ivan’s crew, who call themselves the “Rich Gang,” had poured hundreds of notes into the late billionaire’s grave, along with a generous quantity of champagnes.
Semwanga was buried Tuesday, May 30, at his home in Kayunga, Uganda.