Video: Spice Diana ‘Murders’ English Again, Accuses Govt of Imposing Shs 250,000 Daily Tax on Social Media
After failing to explain her academic grades on national TV months ago, singer Diana Namukwaya aka Spice Diana is at it again — this time over social media tax.
Spice Diana, who previously said she had come atop of her class after scoring aggregate 32 at A-level, has now inflated the social media tax.
A Shs 200 over the top (OTT) services tax took effect on July 1.
And it has faced opposition from a number of Ugandans, including Spice Diana, the ’32’ hit maker.
In this interview with a local TV, Spice Diana sounds unsure of how much she will be paying as social media tax.
She says the tax is about Shs 250,000.