Renowned Uganda events promoter Joseph Kiggundu, popularly known as JOSE JOBS LINK and the founder of “JobsLink UK,” has vehemently denied any association with a fraudulent document that recently circulated on social media. The misleading document falsely linked his company to the MK Movement, containing several inaccuracies regarding his business name.
The counterfeit document erroneously claimed that JobsLink was in the process of securing rights to host General Muhoozi and his team in the UK, insinuating a connection to the MK Movement. However, JobsLink has categorically disavowed any involvement with this document, asserting that it was fabricated with the intent to tarnish his reputation and public image, as well as to strain his friendship with Robert Kyagulanyi, the NUP principal.
It’s essential to highlight that this counterfeit document emerged shortly after JobsLink organized a significant birthday celebration at Bobi Wine’s One Love Beach in Busaabala. During this event, he announced his upcoming retirement from event organizing, effective 2nd December, following the MESACH @ 46 CONCERT at the Royal Regency in the UK. Therefore, it is illogical to suggest that JobsLink is looking to host MK Movement events in the UK, considering his impending retirement.
JobsLink has urged the public to dismiss the counterfeit document and view it with the contempt it deserves. He firmly believes that the document’s creators are motivated solely by the desire to undermine his standing and reputation.