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Rev. Father Kateregga, the Priest that moved a nation

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If you attended or watched the late Mowzey Radio’s requiem mass at Rubaga Cathedral, you will agree with me when I say that Rev. Father Kateregga Mukiibi Deogratious moved the nation in his sermon.

The youthful pastor left many amazed at how he used the word of God to teach celebrities and the world how to live a clean life.

Touching on several topics like money, family and fame, the catholic priest taught Ugandan celebrities on how to manage their talent and fame while still in line with the bible.

Some of the key things he talked about were managing the God given gift that many of the musicians have.

He said; ‘Remember your talent is God given don’t treat it as yours. When God gives you a gift, it is a quality gift, the way you handle that gift is your gift back to God. What songs are you singing, are they building the nation? Use your talent to serve humanity not to annoy God. Get some guides to look after your needs and talent. Get talent managers to manage your talent professionally. Stop using money aimlessly. If you can’t use your money well, bring it to the church. If you get a problem tomorrow like Radio did, where will you get money from? Life is not certain, just be on alert.”

But who really is Rev. Father Kateregga Mukiibi Deogratious?

Well, simply put he is a man of God serving in Rubaga and well learned in theology. He has been serving as a priest for 4 years. He studied theology and physiology. He wants to become a journalist and is working hard to pass his Mass communications exams at the moment.

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Exclusive video: See in and outside Jose Chameleone’s new house in the states

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News brought the internet this morning on how Singer Jose Chameleone had acquired a new house for his family in Atlanta.

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Our sources have sought and found the exact same house that the singer is said to have bought at $250,000

This video shows you the star singers new residence in the states

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Photos: Jose Chameleone buys Daniella house in US

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After flauting money last week, we can confirm Jose Chameleone has bought his family that now resides in the states a family house. It should be remembered Jose Chameleone’s family of wife and five children last year relocated to the states where they all study now.

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Chameleone yesterday purchased a family home for his family at an estimated $250,000 in Atlanta.

The family yesterday visited their new home after payment and are enjoying progress. Congratulations Hose Chameleone

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Nina Roz to perform at Friday Night Lights finale

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Songstress Nina Roz will be the headlining act this Friday at the grand finale of the Friday Night Lights (FNL) basketball tournament which is hosted at Panamera bar and restaurant.

Nina Roz who rose to fame for her smash hit singles like “Mekete” and “Omuliro” among others will be entertaining revelers alongside the vibrant DJ Simples, making a perfect combination for a lit Friday evening.

The tournament which is now in its eighth season will see four teams battle it out in the semi-finals, with the winning teams progressing to the finals before the champion is ultimately crowned. The teams which are still in the race for this year’s trophy are; Madol, Flirsh, Zama, and Ikong.

Also dubbed ‘The Battle of The Titans,’ sponsors; Tusker Lite, Sprite, Roke, and Nxt Radio teams will also participate in the games.

For the past seven seasons, FNL has managed to secure a spot as the most exciting, and fun-filled basketball tournament in Kampala. The tournament is aimed at bridging the gap between the fans and the sport by encouraging fans to participate in the games.

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