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Lyto Boss and Iryn Namubiru still fighting over “Anjagala” song.

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Musicians Lyto Boss and Iryn Namubiru are still fighting over “Anjagala” song.

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We have learnt that Iryn Namubiru and Lyto Boss are entangled in a legal battle over the rightful owner of the song. This is after the two were reportedly spotted attending a court session at the commercial court on Monday. According to our sources, Lyto Boss filed a civil suit against Iryn Namubiru in which he demands Ugx 50 Million.

Meanwhile, the two singers have been fighting over the “real” owner of the song since mid last year. Iryn claims to have bought the song from fellow singer Catherine Kusasira while Lyto Boss, who is the songwriter, insists he did not get a dime for the said song. At the height of the conflict last year, Iryn accused Kusasira and Lyto Boss of trying to fleece her and dragged them to court but her case was dismissed due to lack of  convincing evidence. It is after this troubling experience that Lyto Boss decided to pursue the copyright matter to the very end.

Iryn Namubiru and Lyto Boss will return to court on September 29, 2016 if they fail to resolve their issues amicably by then.

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Nana Weber launches her Inyange Family charity drive in Entebbe

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City socialite, commercial model, fashionista and humanitarian Nana

Weber reel name Hyacinthe Natugonza on Sunday 15th July launched her

Inyange Family charity drive at Entebbe General Referral hospital in

Entebbe. Nana Weber lead her arm Inyange Family Uganda which also

included visiting members from Rwanda to the hospital where they first

carried out a general cleaning of the health facility before handing

over items worth millions of shilling to each and every patient at the

hospital.

“I love sharing because I was born with a good heart. This is my first

charity drive in Uganda and i hope to do another in next few months. I

will be visiting one of the orphanages,” Nana said.

After a successful charity event, Nana led her Inyange Family to a fun

filled boat cruise which she sponsored. The boat cruise event ended

around 8pm and the family to club Knight Riders in Entebbe for the

After Party till wee hours of Monday morning.

There was also visiting Inyange Family of Rwanda which is also owned

by Nana Weber. She also plans on extending her charity arm to all

countries of East Africa in the next few years. Salute to you Nana

Weber for the good heart!!!!

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Bebe Cool wins big in World Cup bet

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It was a double victory for Bebe Cool as France carried the day in the World Cup finals on Sunday. We have learnt that the singer had staked big on France winning, and lucky for him, the French side managed to defeat Croatia 4 – 2 to be crowned World football champions.

Bebe Cool says he had placed a bet of 2000 dollars on the game. He made the revelation while talking about his partnership with betting company, BetWay Uganda.

“Betting is a not a gamble, but a calculated risk. For example I placed a bet of US$ 2000 on France during the World Cup finals, and I won US$ 5000 when they defeated Croatia.” He stated. “You can see why I welcomed BetWay on board for my concert.”

He went on to further extend his gratitude to BetWay, thanking them for coming on board to support his upcoming “Golden Heart” concert whose part proceeds will go towards facilitating children with heart complications to receive specialized treatment in India.

It should be noted that Bebe Cool recently sealed a sponsorship deal with BetWay Uganda in which the betting company is contributing Ugx 20 million towards the concert and will also buy 100 concert tickets which will be given away to lucky fans.

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South African singer Yvonne Chaka Chaka in town for charity concert

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Anne Kansiime and Yvonne Chaka Chaka at the airport

Local comedienne Anne Kansiime welcoming Yvonne Chaka Chaka at Entebbe airport.

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South African singer Yvonne Chaka Chaka is in town. The legendary singer, who is known for her numerous hits including Umqombothi, Let me be free and many others landed in Kampala on Wednesday evening, ahead of her Charity Concert this Friday, July 20. She was received by the Shule Foundation team, comedienne Anne Kansiime and members of the press.

Upon her arrival, the internationally celebrated musician expressed excitement at being part of this good cause and promised to give Ugandans nothing short of a memorable performance.

“I don’t see why we should have street kids when they have an extended family. It is your job and my job to take these kids off the streets and put them back in a classroom and make them responsible citizens,” she said. “God has given me breath and a platform and I want to use it to the best of my abilities to help others.”

“I urge you all to come out and let’s enjoy a great evening celebrating African music while supporting a good cause,” she added.

Proceeds from the show are to aid with the construction of a school for former street children in Kampala.

“With 48% of the children on the streets under the age of 15, we should take it upon ourselves to ensure that these children are granted atleast one basic right, which is education,” says Jacqueline Wolfson, the CEO and founder of the Shule Foundation.

The music fest, organized by The Shule Foundation, will take place at the Kampala Serena Hotel and will also feature a performance from Bobi Wine.

Tickets to the show are already on sale, at UGX100K(ordinary), UGX300K(VIP), and UGX5M and UGX8M for the table seating.

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