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Today’s Diary session was a prelude to tonight’s Presentation as Biggie asked some the Housemates why Africa should vote for them. With a few days to the end of their Chase, Africa needs to be sure of who they want to walk away with the USD 300 000 grand prize, come Sunday night.

Dillish told Biggie that she didn’t want to come across as desperate and was just hoping that Africa would vote for her regardless of her asking for their votes. It seems like the lovely Dillish would rather ask Africa to vote for her when she’s going about her way in the House and not formalize it in her Diary session.

Ghanaian tailor Elikem laughed when Biggie asked him how he felt about seeing his ex-Housemates’ pictures last night. He told him that it was nice seeing them especially because he had almost forgotten what they all look like. But he emphasized that being in the House was a lifetime experience on its own and was very grateful for it.

Cleo started of her session by telling Biggie that she was experiencing a lot of emotions about Sunday and that it’s nerve-wrecking having to face the outside world after spending so much time with her fellow Housemates. She apologized to anyone she might have offended by doing anything bad in the House. “I don’t know how to plead for votes so please vote,” the Ice Queen said. She said that whether she wins or not, she will be spreading the love in every Party Zone.

Melvin said his ‘sales pitch’ to Africa would be similar to the one he did for the ONE Campaign two weeks ago. “I prefer to go out there and speak freestyle and let it all come to me,” he had added. Melvin didn’t feel that preparing his speech would make him any more interesting to Africa so he chose to speak from the heart. He was the only Housemate who hadn’t prepared anything for Africa, hopefully this will see him through.

“I can’t wait for Sunday. I know my life will change for the positive,” the Nigerian model Beverly said in her session. She couldn’t wait to see her mother and ex-Housemates, especially her man Angelo. Biggie told her that Sunday will take care of itself and that she should be more focused on the Task at hand.

So please Africa vote, vote and vote some more for your winner. www.bigbrotherafrica.com

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South African based Lubi Lubi brings music back home, features Mikie Wine

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By Staff writer

Lubi Lubi is a name you may hear so often henceforth. The South African based Ugandan singer has returned home to concentrate on his music passion that has turned into a career.

Lubi Lubi has lived in South Africa since 2014 and has mostly been a song writer until his ‘Kansasanye’ where he feels his singing passion should come alive. He has promised many more songs this year off his upcoming album of 8 songs like Kutama and some South African house songs that you will love.

The audio was produced by Laura Vdh and the visuals were shot in South Africa by Ugandan videographer Oneal Eyes. Watch the video below

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Philanthropist Achai Wiir brings South Sudan peace talks to Uganda through concert

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South Sudanese business woman and philanthropist Achai Wiir has not given up on her efforts to reconcile South Sudan as a country. The South Sudanese tycoon and business woman has made all efforts and the latest was with a “Together for peace” concert that ahe organised at former Didis world in Kansanga.

Last Friday 17th of January 2019 ‘Together for Peace’ concert took place at the Wonderworld Auditorium and entrance was absolutely free for all. The event was attended by various dignitaries, including Hon. Simon Duku Michael, Ambassador of South Sudan to Uganda who was the Guest of Honor, Lt. Gen Garang Mabil, the chief guest, Brig. Gen. Majier Abdalla Mabior, 1st Counselor and Technical Attaché to South Sudan embassy in Uganda and many more peace delegates from South Sudan. 

The event pulled some of the South Sudane community in Uganda which was the sole aim to unite them as countymen. Ugandans were also not left behind as they too engaged to participate and also have fun on the night.

South Sudanese artists who were fully in attendance also provided memorable performances for the crowd. Legendary, Emmanuel Kembe, John Kudusay, Duop Pur Duop, Silver X, Johnson Jok just to mention a few.

The concert brought a platform for the community to talk about the ongoing peace processes and what everyone can contribute. Several were given an opportunity to express their concerns, appreciations and gratitude, suggestions and general opinions on current matters of peace in the country. 

Here are some moments:

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Why Ssebulime divorced Judith Babirye

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Judith Babirye and Paul Musoke Sebulime during their introduction ceremony.

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Gospel singer and Buikwe Woman MP, Judith Babirye is divorced again. The singer’s marriage to fellow MP Paul Musoke Ssebulime has been dissolved by court.

Babirye and Sebulime were married in a traditional ceremony held in July 2018 in Bunga, Kampala.

But barely a year into their union, Sebulime filed for divorce. According to court documents, Ssebulime testified that he had not seen or heard from Babirye since 22 December 2018. In fact, he did not know of his wife’s whereabouts for seven months he waited before petitioning court.

Ssebulime also accused Babirye of denying him conjugal rights. He said that the couple had not been intimate since the second week of August 2018.

He further said that Babirye’s attitude towards his friends discouraged him from freely interacting with them for fear of upsetting her and this caused him psychological and mental torture because he was forced to live a lonely life.

The family division of the High Court, on 20 December 2019, finally annulled their marriage on grounds of cruelty. It ruled that Babirye’s actions were not a demonstration of any commitment to the success of the marriage and therefore the two could no longer stay together as husband and wife.

Judith Bairye was married to Samuel Niiwo in her first marriage, with whom they have a daughter together. They divorced in 2017.

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