Margaret Muhanga: I used to beat Mwenda

Andrew Mwenda is a journalist and CEO of The Independent, a news magazine, while his sister Margaret Muhanga, is the legislator for Burahya County in Kabarole District. NICOLAS AKASULA had a chat with the duo about their childhood. Mwenda How would you describe Margaret? Maybe...

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Designer behind Rema’s lighting gown speaks out, reveals magical price and worth

During vocalist, Rema Namakula's introduction ceremony with her husband Dr. Ssebunya Hamza, one of the most golamorous moments was when she came out dressed in a glowing/lighting Led gown/dress that her designer Kaijuka Abbas has broken down for us. Kaijuka Abbas is well known for designing so many...

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Kagame passes out 320 Army Cadet Officers

President Paul Kagame on Saturday congratulated officer cadets for completing their military training at Rwanda Military Academy in Gako. The Head of State was officiating at the commissioning of 320 cadet officers in Bugesera District. President Kagame, who is also the Commander in Chief of the Rwanda...

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Eddy Kenzo: I will never go back to Seguku House Because of The Bad Memories With Rema

Singer Eddy Kenzo confirmed  he hasn't stepped in Seguku house ever since Rema left. He revealed in a recent interview that he will never go back. He intends to sell the house. The Big Talent boss previously told the press that he visited Rema while she stayed there, and they kept a healthy relationship...

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Big Tril in jubilation after Wizkid endorses his ‘Parte After Parte’ track

Striker Entertainment rapper Big Tril is all smiles after Nigerian star Wizkid who will be performing live in Kampala on 5th December endorsed his ‘Parte After Parte’ jam. Big Tril who couldn’t hide his excitement after Wizkid tweeted Parte after Parte was quick to retweet expressing how glad...

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President Museveni Set To Return Amama Mbabazi To Gov’t As Prime Minister in New Reshuffle As Rugunda Heads to Foreign Affairsf

President Museveni’s reelection drive is entering high gear even before the political season officially rolls off next year. The president is not taking any chances and at the centre of his bid to extend his rule since 1986, it ealier emerged that the national structure of youths formerly allied...

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Bobi Wine Narrates how he beats government spying following Arua Saga

On August 13, 2018, Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine was in campaign mode. The popular musician-turned-parliamentarian was attending a rally for Kassiano Wadri for the Arua by-election in northen Uganda. Bobi Wine says, government forces ambushed, arrested and tortured him. On his Facebook page,...

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John Blaq named worst dressed celebrity at Rema’s Function

Rema’s introduction ceremony attracted all kinds of people from all walks of life. Local celebrities came through to support their own. And this was a perfect opportunity for celebrities to show off their style. Most of them were dressed in ‘kanzus’ and ‘gomesi’ for the gents and ladies...

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Museveni satisfied as he passes out new UPDF tank crews amidst Rwandan Threats

President Museveni who is also Commander-In-Chief of the Uganda Peoples’ Defence Forces (UPDF) has passed out a number of tank crews who successfully completed the Armoured Basic Crew Course at the Armoured Warfare Training School (AWTS) in Mubende District. Speaking at the function, Museveni said...

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Video: Kagame to Museveni: I am ready to raise the cost of protecting Rwanda, vows to strike hard in veiled Warning

President Paul Kagame has in a thinly veiled warning to counterpart Museveni and  neighbours Uganda saying he is ready to raise the cost of protecting Rwanda. Kagame has constantly accused Uganda of harbouring his Rwanda government opponents, the cause of the current tensions between the two neighbours. On...

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