Ivan and Zari’s Lamborghini in Town

        Zari cruising the Lambo in Uganda and inset is Ivan and King after clearing the ride in Kenya
The long awaited orange Lamborghini is in town and that’s what Zari drove to Guvnor. The South African based socialite adds that: "Catch a glimpse of it parked @mystores @gardencity tmrw." At 28, Ivan Ssemwanga has two Lamborghini’s plus lots of other posh rides.

Ivan may be controversal at times especially with statements like "I have blessed Uganda with the first super car" but his ride is definitely not! Who would not like a man riding in that orange beast with a price tag of over $190,000.

We have since established that it’s the second in the country after the first one was brought in by Mike Ezra but still did not drive it due to the bad roads. Zari organised the All White Party at Guvnor on Dec 27 which turned out to be the best place to hang-out that night.

The Boat Cruise is tomorrow and its free for the ladies as the guys will be paying Shs100,000 and 1mn for VIP. Zari and the husband have been in the country for at least two weeks in which they managed to win the award of The ‘Most Dressed Couple’ with original outfits at the Konvicted to Fashion Celebrity party that was held at Guvnor.

Since then Zari and Ivan have graced various functions ranging from the 18th Anniversary of Club Silk, P-Square meet and greet and the visit to an orphanage school in Kireka among others. 
Related: Zari’s Hubby Semwanga Buys a Second Lamborghini

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