Don Zella wants NTV to pay her 1.5 billion over flopped Gal Power Event

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City socialite and former Big Eye lover Don Zella has served NTV and Spark TV [operating under Africa Broadcasting Limited] with the intention to sue letters over breach contract.

Through her lawyers, Balodemu advocates Co and advocates, the loaded city socialite wants Spark TV to pay in damages of up to Ugx. 1.5Billion.
Socialite and entrepreneur Don Zella aka Nalongo says despite the contract with Serena based TV station, Spark TV left her in the cold during her Gal Power event, and jumping onto her rival’s event- Zari’s white party. Don Zella has given Spark TV seven days to pay her or matter proceeds to court.

“We are reliably advised by our client that you licentiously deviated from the said memorandum of understanding and the media space order causing out client financial loss. Our client lost income of Uganda Shillings 1,500,000,000, for which she holds you squarely liable,” the notice to sue reads in part.
Don Zella launched her Gal Power event to out-compete her rival -socialite Zari Hassan. She went ahead to stage the event at Club Play -a few music beats away from Club Guvnor that hosted Zari’s white party.

The ladies went head to head, throwing out all form of socialite strategy. But as night approached, Don Zella and her cohort went mute as their numbers were miserable. The event was graced by renown traditional herbalist Sylivia Namutebi alias Maama Fiina who said Don Zella stood by her side when she lost her husband.

Spark TV that had been allegedly contracted to broadcast the event live switched their Zari’s event, leaving Don Zella with only one gadget- Her phone that she used to rant during the event.
On seeing the All White party footage Don Zella took to social media and called out Spark TV. “Spark TV, you are the main sponsor of this event but it’s so disappointing you have breached my contract,” she posted.

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