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Monday, 21 October 2013
"Dream On Mr Walusimbi - Jersey Hates It's Own People"
Jersey company ‘has ruined our lives’
Dalton Walusimbi with his wife and family
AN African businessman who says his life has been ruined by a Jersey company is desperately appealing for Island authorities to act to save his family and others in the developing world.
A year ago Ugandan entrepreneur Dalton Walusimbi paid second-hand clothes exporter Parisma £27,000 for a container-load of used shoes.
But to date he has received a fraction of what he has ordered, and what he has been sent is, he says, of such poor quality that it is worthless. Mr Walusimbi is owed £15,000 and says that the debt has left him ‘living a nightmare’ on the tough streets of Kampala.
Last week Parisma owner Michelle Yuksel issued a statement promising to repay what she owes over the next few years. However, Mr Walusimbi remains unconvinced, saying that he has been made ‘hollow pledges’ before.