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Carol Atuhirwe finally flown to India for operation. [Photos]

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By Lee Osbourne

News reaching our desk indicates that Carol Atuhirwe, a cancer patient at Mulago Hospital, has finally been flown to India for treatment.

Carol was supposed to travel to US for operation after raising over Ugx 270 million, through the Save Carol campaign, that was needed for the operation but her plans were foiled by a team of visiting surgeons from USA who indicated that they could no longer carry out surgery on Carol, and advised the Uganda Cancer Institute to find an alternative international health facility to handle her case.

The healthy facility was finally found and secured in India and as we write this Carol departed from Entebbe International airport yesterday heading to India for treatment and was escorted by her friends, well-wishers and family.

Here are photos of Carol before departing for India.

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Photos: What you missed at the “Kyaddala” movie premiere

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Reach A Hand Uganda (RAHU) in conjunction with Emmanuel Ikubese Films and partners premiered their long-awaited pan African series “Kyaddala: It’s Real” in an exclusive black carpet event held at Kingdom Kampala on Friday evening.

The evening kicked off with a cocktail where revelers were serenaded by the soulful Kenneth Mugabi and Steve Keys, before later being ushered to the screening room to watch the first episode of the TV series.

The exclusive premiere attracted key players in the film industry from Uganda and beyond ranging from movie directors, producers, actors and actresses beyond the cast of Kyaddala.

Based on real life experiences, Kyaddala depicts young people’s sexual and reproductive health issues through a rich storyline with compelling themes like HIV and its impact on young people, Teenage pregnancy and the role of “gatekeepers/ stakeholders” in averting child marriages, Sexual and gender based violence among young people and how it affects their SRHR needs and Myths and misconceptions around young people’s SRHR and how to create an enabling and safe environment for young people to seek SRHR information and services.

“Kyaddala is a real conversation starter, tackling topics that people are afraid to have. This show will provoke important conversations on young people’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Challenges,” noted Humphrey Nabimanya, the Founder and Team Leader, Reach A Hand Uganda.

Featuring stars like Martha Kay, Salvado Idringi, Mathew Nabwiso, Anita Fabiola, Emmanuel Ikubese and Olumide Oworu (from Nigeria), the 8-part series will officially start airing on October 5th on NBS Television and on the official Kyaddala YouTube page and Sauti Plus TV.

Here are some photos from the premiere.

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Hoima: Purple Party sells out again

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Purple Party has yet again in it’s latest edition sold out. The Hoima edition attracted thousands of people and all top artistes perform.

Here are some moments:

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Rich Love: Don Nasser welcomes fellow tycoon Sk Mbuga back home

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By Stuart G-Khast

Entebbe road was this morning clogged with traffic as thousands of people welcomed back SK Mbuga into town. Among his friends that welcomed him was fellow money bag Don Nasser.

Don Nasser while addressing media expressed his joy to have his friend and fellow rich hommie in town.

“Now that the two big boys are in town, we want to see who has more money” the crowds chanted.

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