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100 English Words Eddy Kenzo Can’t Dare To Sing About

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By Ian Ortega

Ever since Eddy Kenzo promised bringing Uganda its first Grammy Award when he took singing in English serious, the BigEye.ug fans have been restless. They have come up with a list on 100 English words Eddy Kenzo can never dare to sing about in his entire music career. The fans would like to send out a safety precaution to Eddy Kenzo Musuza that singing about these words could result in death and severe tongue-biting. For the sake of the buffalos in the Ugandan forest, we kindly plead with him never to sing about the following:

1. Sophisticated                                          eddy kenzo

2. Flirtatiousness

3. Retrospect

4. Quagmire

5. Photosynthesis

6. Characteristics

7. Statistics

8. Solemnly

9. Brusque

10. Obnoxious

11. Symposium

12. Outskirts

13. Booked

14. Traumatized

15. Hostel

16. Fragmented

17. Intricate

18. Juice

19. Ostentatious

20. Flabbergasted

21. Accomplish

22. Abstruse

23. Acupuncture

24. Adjudicate

25. Altercation

26. Apocalypse

27. Befuddle

28. Crotchety

29. Plumber

30. Duodenum

31. Plethora

32. Celebrity

33. Guitar

34. Microphone

35. Musicology

36. Quandary

37. Xylophone

38. Quintuplet

39. Quotation

40. Qualification

41. Question

42. Postpone

43. Questionnaire

44. Quintessence

45. Hooper

46. Outskirts

47. English

48. Hetrotranctionious

49. Ecclestophobia

50. Ecclesiastes

51. Asbestos

52. Cap, Cup, Cape

53. Hut, Hat, Hot, Hurt

54. No, Know, Knoll

55. Calm, Cum, Come

56. Stay, Steak, Stare

57. Kilogram

58. Wine, Whine

59. Cool, Curl, School

60. Legislature

61. Parliament

62. Executive

63. Swagger

64. Chemical

65. Estrange

66. Genocide

67. Murder

68. Buffalo

69. Erratic

70. Cosmic

71. Dissertation

72. Transcript

73. Conglomerate

74. Congratulation

75. Congregation

76. Cerebellum

77. Chamber

78. Bowdlerize

79. Haphazard

80. Hallucinogenic

81. Maintenance

82. Magnanimous

83. Gigantic

84. Magistrate

85. Resuscitate

86. Gynecology

87. Posthumous

88. Ophthalmology

89. Telescope

90. Television

91. Lackluster

92. Labyrinth

93. Implacable

94. Impious

95. Imperious

96. Impregnate

97. Impromptu

98. Gymnasium

99. Portfolio

100. Your Word (Add It)

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Photos: Pork lovers throng Kabagarame – Kampala Festival

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Over the weekend, multitudes gathered at Naguru HillTop Hotel for the second edition of the Kabagarame -Kampala festival to eat delicious and uniquely prepared pork accompanied with either Matooke or kalo and washed down with a cold drink for a complete meal. The fiesta is borrowed from a popular pork market in Bushenyi.

Dishes were prepared and served in a traditional setting with an attractive look and tasty bites. Foods on display ranged from bitter, tangy to sweet delicacies while non- pork eaters had an option of roasted and grilled chicken to satisfy their taste buds.

Kampala revellers indeed had a taste of the famous Kabaragame and many were seen enjoying till late.

The family event was sponsored by Tusker Lite. Brian Seruyiggo on behalf of the brand pledged continuous support of the event and cautioned people to drink responsibly.

Here are some photos from the event.

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Buganda has played a key role in availing investment opportunities, says Katikkiro

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Buganda Kingdom was the main topic of discussion at the 7th edition of the “Meet The Boss” business convention that took place on Friday evening at Kingdom Kampala.

The event was graced by the Buganda premier Charles Peter Mayiga who led the discussion on Buganda’s contribution to the economy of Uganda and the investment opportunities available in the region.

The Katikkiro emphasized Buganda’s position as central in the Uganda’s development and how the former has continuously played a key role in making investment opportunities available to investors interested in setting up in Buganda.

“Buganda has since time immemorial played its part in developing this country by providing both land for investment and a skilled workforce,” Mr. Mayiga said.

The event also shed light on some of the country’s leading innovative young entrepreneurs, profiling successful young people who are turning into the new generation of thought leaders that the rest can emulate.

The night attracted some of the biggest names in business and thought leaders in the private sector. These included Robert Waggwa Nsibirwathe Deputy Katikkiro and Minister of Finance and Economic Development in the Buganda Kingdom, Ronald Kawadwa, Chief Executive Officer of Majestic Brands, and Coca Cola Beverages Public Affairs and Communications Director Simon Kaheru, among others.

Sponsored by Tusker Malt, Meet The Boss is a corporate networking platform which brings together entrepreneurs and professionals from different sectors with the aim of making networking and marketing easier while shining a light on outstanding individuals in the country.



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Kony movie official screening a success amid grief for fallen lead actor

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It was all about pomp and glamor as ‘Kony-Order From Above’ movie was being officially screen on Friday.

The movie premiere took place at Century Cinemax Acacia Mall, Kisementi.
The highly attended screening started with red carpet and cocktail at around 6pm before sending revelers that included among others Tooro King Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru and Aruu County legislator Odonga Otto to a fun-filled experience.
Steven Ayeny, the movie director thanked Ugandans for the overwhelming attendance.

“The movie Premiere was a success, people turned up in large numbers. It became so emotional and it was so hard to hold my tears. I apologize that there was a technical issue that was sorted. I want to thank Uganda, UCC, Ministry Of Foreign Affairs, Phaneroo, UGarol, APT communications”.

“Wow it was amazing! People loved it and their response was so positive, King Oyo, some MPs, UPDF, UCC guys were all there. It was the powerful premier expected, the cinema hall was too full, some people stood, others sat on the carpet,” said Simon Nyahahuma, one of the people who watched the movie.

“Very Inspiring. By God’s Grace I am buying another 10 tickets for people,” a one Joe Rwabose noted.
Despite the excitement, a somber mood found its way into the hearts of the merrymakers when it was disclosed that the Kony role actor Chanpapo Godfrey was unable to evidence the successful story of the movie he acted; he passed on last year.
The premiere was also used to honour the fallen star. Chanpapo’s relative who described the deceased as a fighter revealed that he died of organ failure.

Ayeny described the actor as a man with so much talent, passion and calmness both on screen and in real life.”The screening became so emotional and it was so hard to hold my tears.” “So sad Mr Kony passed on. Very emotional moment at the end,” said Comfort Asimwe.
Meanwhile, the movie is still in cinemas for six more consecutive days till September 26, 2019.

Kony-Order From Above was selected by the Uganda Academy Selection Committee (USASC) as Uganda’s official entry for the 2020 Oscar Awards in the category of Best International film.
This marked the very first time Uganda is submitting an entry to the prestigious awards following the launch of the seven-member UASC in July this year.
Given out annually by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) in the United States of America (USA), the Oscars are an international recognition of excellence in cinematic achievements as assessed by the Academy’s voting membership.

According to Godfrey Musinguzi, UASC Chairperson, the seven day screening is part of the eligibility criteria, a selected movie needs to undergo ahead of the October 1, 2019 Oscar submission deadline for all country entries. “We implore all the relevant government agencies, cultural entities, the media and every Ugandan to support the film to meet all its outstanding requirements, including showing at the cinema for at least seven consecutive days, before the deadline,” said Mr Musinguzi in a statement dated September 11,2019.



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