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Brand New: Dj Shiru and Hellen Lukoma Release Bad Gyal Video

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King Of hot mixes Dj Shiru is back with a BANG as he drops the official video this smashing hit “BAD GYAL”. He features Hellen Lukoma. This video is all shades of dope as they introduces yet again another dance step. Directed by Dantie Kazibwe of Artmak Films.

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1000 Development Channel (DC) Staff Pray for Africa’s Unity

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As a culture at Development Channel every last Saturday of the month is request night. Given Development Channel’s vision of liberating Africa from poverty, a task which seems impossible, request night is simply asking for grace from God that makes all things possible through prayer. The theme of this month’s request night was “The God of Unity.”

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In the words of a modern Pan-Africanist, Chairman and founder of Development Channel Charles N. Lambert, Africa’s identity for a long time has been synonymous with poverty and death. He knows too well that Africa does not only need ideals but also God in order to confront this disgusting image.

For far too long Africa has lagged behind based on funny factors like the pull down syndrome. While the most part of the world puts so much concentration on helping each other up, for example the Indians, Chinese and Americans help themselves up the journey of success which is not a common phenomenon in Africa. It is only Africans that have not yet noticed the notion that there is ample space up in the sky for everyone, and it is more crowded down below.

Development Channel Chairman stated that our political independence was spear headed by a strong spirit of unity by a breed of Pan-Africanists that put Africa first with a united goal and bent all their strength to this attainment, so we must recognize that our economic independence resides in our African union and requires the same concentration upon the economic achievement. He explained that, that spirit of Pan-Africanism now resides in one leader across the whole continent, President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni and he demanded that all African governments must embrace his legacy of freedom and security. The reality of the matter is that Pan-Africanism was introduced by Black Americans like William Edward Burghardt (W.E.B) Du Bois. They introduced Pan-Africanism to African students studying in Europe and America. It is this spirit and Pan-African ideology that these students brought back home to Africa and pushed it forward to attain political independence.

In order to achieve Africa’s unity, DC staff prayed for end of; Xenophobia, tribalism, classism, pulldown syndrome and illiteracy in Africa. It is sad that at this day and age, we still judge people by where they come from rather than their content of character. It’s only in Africa where Public Servants act like they’re a class above everyone else ignoring that they’re in those offices to serve the people.

No sporadic act nor pious resolution can resolve Africa’s present problems. Even if thousands of NGOs participated, nothing will be of avail, except the act of a united Africa.

Even God desires that Africa be united because He is a God of unity as evidenced in Genesis where The Lord said, “If as one people speaking the same language they have begun to do this, then nothing they plan to do will be impossible for them.” Through Africa’s unity that staff were praying for, there is nothing that will hinder Development Channel army from winning the economic war.

Present at the request night were the following celebrated personalities; Cleopatra Koheirwe, Douglas Lwanga, Mathew Nabwiso, Eleanor Nabwiso, Andrew Kyamagero, Coco Finger, Roger Mugisha, Mushema Housen, Richard Tuwangye, Joel Jenkins among others.

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Development Channel boosts Uganda’s Movie Industry

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Uganda’s movie industry still lags behind despite the number of local talent in Uganda. Despite all this great talent in the movie industry, there is lack of audience and investment to the film industry in the country unlike developed countries like the United States of America. It is because of this that Development Channel decided to boost the movie industry in the country. Development Channel provides the movie industry with the latest version of black magic. Only 4 of URASA Min Pro Black-magic 4.6k are in the country and 2 of those 4 have been provided by Development Channel to the movie industry.

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In the words of former USA President Barak Obama, when America was founded as a new country, the Founding Fathers wanted to base the foundations of the country off of ideals. .The ideals made the country and the people thrive to become the World’s most powerful nation. These ideals were instilled through the movie industry in America. Hollywood grew to shape the collective thoughts and the ideas of the nation and the world at large.

It is through the same spirit that Development Channel has handed over 2 state of the art cameras to renowned award winning actors Mathew Nabwiso and Eleanor Nabwiso. Development Channel has also gone ahead to invite Nollywood’s famous acting duo “Aki and Pawpaw” to work with the budding movie industry in Uganda.

During the handover at Development Channel’s Corporate Office, the Chairman, Charles N. Lambert explained that it is high time that we created a “new nation” and this nation must be a United Africa where the next generation must higher its sights. Africa’s economy has been badly weakened for far too long and that has been a consequence of greed and irresponsibility on the part of some, but also our collective failure to make choices and prepare the nation for a new age. Chairman Development Channel showed that the challenges Africa faces are real, serious and are many but we believe that with the empowerment of the film industry, Uganda and Africa is a step closer to becoming a new nation under the new ideals.

In reaffirming the greatness of Africa, we understand that greatness is never given, it must be earned. That is why Development Channel is taking the lead in earning this greatness through the Economic War.

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Uber driver drags Jose Chameleone to police for beating him up

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Singer Jose Chameleone has been dragged to police by an Uber driver who claims he assaulted him.
The victim Magoba Daniel has today filed a case against the “Champion” singer at Lubowa Police Post.
Lugoba alleges that he drove the singer to his place in Sseguku on Monday July 23, but he wordlessly just walked away without paying for the ride.
However, things got nasty for him when he decided to standup to Chameleone and demand for the transport fare; with the singer allegedly beating him up and abandoning him outside his gate.

Jose Chameleone is yet to respond to the allegations. Meanwhile police has asked Magoba to take a compulsory medical checkup to establish the truthfulness of his claims.

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