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Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 5 Review: Dracarys, City is Burning

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By Staff Writer

Now that I am done with the fifth episode of Season 8, time for some spoilers.

We lost Missandei in the last episode and her last words; “Dracarys” called upon her queen to burn the city. Daenarys does just that in this episode. She destroys the city despite the bells sounding in surrender. From the iron fleet to the civilians in the city, none is left standing.

Even Lord Varys is sentenced to death. He’s bathed in fire by Drogon. “They say every time a Targaryen is born, the gods toss a coin and the world holds its breath.”

That is all we do in this episode, hold our breath. Tyrion is given one last warning by the Dragon Queen; “next time you fail me will be the last time you fail me.” As Varys is about to burn off; “he hopes that he was wrong.” What an honourable man even in death!

It is chaos in the city. Kids, mothers, fathers burning, running from the rubble. For the common man, does it really matter who sits on the iron throne?

Then we have Tyrion freeing Jaime Lannister. The Lannisters indeed pay their debts. He lets his brother run off to die with his love. Although I hated Cersei, their love with Jaime is reminiscent of Romeo and Juliet. They are born together, they die together. “Nothing else matters.”

The Hound settles his score with the undead Brother. The mountain after all can’t be uprooted, and off they die together. It is confusion, all written on Arya and Jon’s faces.

Who will contain the mad queen? Is it fear, is it love? Who gets to sit on the iron throne? Power is power! The greater the risk, the greater the reward!

It was a bittersweet episode!

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MTN Pulse Rap Battles to premiere on NBS TV tonight

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The long-awaited MTN Pulse rap battles will premiere on NBS TV tonight at exactly 7.30pm.

MTN Uganda launched the Pulse Rap Battles back in September. The three months rap competition also acts as a lead up to the MTN Hip Hop awards in February 2020.

The telecom giant has sponsored the MTN Hip Hop Awards for the last 3 years. The MTN Pulse Rap Battles, however, offer the rap community a sustained opportunity to express their talent and are a fitting lead up to the awards.

Tonight, the journey to crowing the king of rap begins. Tune in.

The winner will be an MTN Pulse ambassador for a year and his/her music will be uploaded on to Tidal, a top music streaming app that is available to MTN customers and is owned by renowned American rapper, Jay-Z. This potentially means, that the winner can, with time start earning income from the revenue earned by artistes whose work features on the app.

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Here’s where Joseph Sabiiti is moving to after quitting NBS TV

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NBS TV’s star political journalist, Joseph Sabiiti over the weekend bade farewell to his colleagues at Next Media Services shortly after hosting his last “Big Talk” edition on NXT Radio.

The charismatic reporter, whose career highlight will arguably be his coverage of the alleged stone-shooting of President Museveni’s convoy by Bobi Wine and “People Power” loyalists, sent a short and precise good-bye message to all Next Media Services staff through their WhatsApp platform.

“Good afternoon, I will be taking a break from active Journalism for a while,” read Sabiiti’s WhatsApp message to fellow staff. “Thank you for the amazing four years at Media Plaza, it has been every inch worth it and Next Media will always remain home,” he added.

Sabiiti will now assume the position of Communications Officer at Action Aid Uganda.

Before NBS TV, Sabiiti worked with the now-defunct WBS TV.

Many notable figures and colleagues have since come out on Twitter to wish Sabiiti the best for the future;

Hon. Frank Tumwebaze: Congratulations @sabitijoseph on your new Job. Advancement in career is a dream a very progressive mind should work and aspire for. All the best!

Mujuni Raymond: It was a great honour to work with you. The stories we broke, speaking truth to power, informing audiences and dignifying the profession. Thank you for countless hours of advice and sacrifice. Write us a book. 

Shaban Bantariza: Ohh! I missed your Last Talk Show?! Heading for Information Management at some Organization? Blessed Next Phase of your Journey bro!! Keep available and in touch!

Sheila Nduhukire: Thank you for sharing your brilliance with us; in the field and on our screens. Break a leg! @sabitijoseph

It awaits to be seen how Next Media Services will cover the gap left behind by clearly one of their best creations yet.

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NTV Uganda’s Arnold Segawa causes Social Media buzz

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NTV Uganda recently unveiled another talent as an addition to their vibrant news team. Arnold Segawa is the name and everyone has been talking about the financial journalist passionate about macroeconomics and monetary policy.

Just who is Anorld and what about him has gotten everyone talking on Social Media with some people abandoning the very popular NBS Live at 9 for NTV Tonight as a source of information.

Well for starters, the ladies love his voice. One lady said that his presentation is just on point and it keeps everyone glued, but it is the voice that tops it all off.

Others have come out to joke that he looks a lot like a guy from SFC thanks to his mustache and no-nonsense face when he is on set.

Well, Arnold is a Chicago Plan enthusiast and anchor. He is an experienced broadcast professional anchoring global top-tier media programs on finance and economics. Segawa describes himself as a market aficionado. It is said that no Ugandan journalist comes close to him when it is financial matters and his beard can prove this point. At only 29 years of age, Segawa is living many people’s dreams before he even clocks 30.

The now NTV Tonight news anchor is skilled in framing discussions about current challenges facing the African continent to reach a diverse regional and global audience. 

While in Rwanda, he worked as Program Manager at 94.3 Royal FM. It is here that CNBC spotted him. He holds a certificate in oil and gas management from Victoria University, a bachelors in International Business from Makerere University and Masters of arts in Journalism and media studies from Makerere University.

Make a date with him tonight at 9pm on NTV Uganda and find out why everyone is talking.

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