Pepsi Warns Public Against Konshens - Busy Signal Concert Fraudsters

Posted: 2015-07-29T11:10:32Z

A statement that appeared on Pepsi Uganda's official Facebook page a few hours ago warns the public against unauthorised persons claimed to have been hoodwinking the public that they are involved in the Konshens and Busy Signal Concert.


According to the statement, these fraudsters are moving around selling tickets to illegal Meet and Greet parties and conning bar owners and potential investors about investing in the project.


The statement goes ahead to warn the public against these conmen and reveals the only authorised people to deal with on any concert related activities as Balaam Barugahara on behalf of the promoters, and Jeff Ssekandi Pepsi Customer Marketing Manager on behalf of Pepsi.


"Pepsi alone is believed to have invested over shs200million in the concert"


Read the full statement below!


Official Statement

This is to inform the General Public that they are some unauthorised persons who have been hoodwinking the public that they are involved in the Konshens and Busy Signal Concert. They are moving around selling tickets to illegal Meet and Greet parties and conning bar owners and potential investors about investing in the project.


The 2015 Konshens and Busy Signal Live in Kampala Concert is brought to you by Pepsi, Vibes, Balaam and BK. The only authorised persons to deal with on any concert related activities are Balaam Barugahara on behalf of the promoters , and Jeff Ssekandi Pepsi Customer Marketing Manager on behalf of Pepsi.


Any information regarding the event- artists arrival, meet and greet, ticket selling points and others, will be formally communicated either through a press conference or the official concert Facebook page.


For More Information Contact:
Mr.Jeff Ssekandi,
Customer Marketing Manager,
Tel: +256752726951
Email: [email protected]


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