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Grace Nakimera Enjoys fun day with Albinos at Furaha and Shine organization

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By Emma Kintu

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Grace Nakimera enjoyed a fun filled day with Albinos at Furaha and Shine organization.

The Kawonawo star Grace Nakimera put a smile to Albinos in Iganga district when she visited Furaha and Shine and organization that is taking care of the them.

‘Am excited to be here with these amazing people but a bit challenged by the situations of the albino children, because they are special children with special needs, am here to find out how we can help, develop their self-esteem. Said Nakimera,’ she said when she arrived at the facility.

Grace served lunch and gave Riham sodas, biscuits and Riham t-shirts to the children. The singer shed tears on seeing a dilapidated house where some of the Albinos were living. She promised to do all possible to help.

‘Thank you Furaha and Shine for hosting us and these many sweet, beautiful souls! Thank you Mr. Rune Edvardsen Bukenya for supporting us,’ Grace thanked her sponsors and the hosting organization.

The organization is taking for 35 Albinos the youngest is age three months old. The campaign is managed by Nakimera’s initiated organisation ‘Feed the Street Foundation’.

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Chameleone discloses political siding, it’s not people power

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Many people have been often confused on which political party singer Jose Chemeleone sides with. While some think he should be siding with fellow singer Bobi Wine, majority think he is for the ruling party NRM.

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While at his recent concert at Lugogo cricket oval, the singer closed the debate when he disclosed he was not people power. “I belong to AGIP not People Power. Any Government In Power” he said.

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Rwandan Genocide movie set to premiere in Kampala

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94 Terror

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94 Terror, a narrative feature film about the Rwandan Genocide is set for premiere in Kampala. It will premiere at a red carpet event that will be held at Theater La’bonita this Friday, December 14.

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Produced and directed by Mulindwa Richard, it recounts the story loss of loved ones and struggle to survive after the assassination of Rwanda President, Juvenal Habyarimana which sparked off the Rwanda genocide.

In the aftermath of the assassination, the Hutus condemn the Tutsis and invade their homesteads where they start massacring them. Keza’s(Ninsiima Ronah) family is murdered in her sight but she narrowly escapes with the help of her mates; Shema(Mateega Smith), a Hutu, Mutesi(Agaba Joan), a Tutsi and the rest, together they have to sneak through the risky bushes to make it out of Rwanda alive.

Tickets cost 30K and 50K(VIP).

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Sheebah, Spice Diana, Beenie Gunter to entertain revelers at Ice Cream and Cake festival

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Norman Kasule (C), the marketing manager Ice Cream and Cake festival addressing media.

Norman Kasule (C), the marketing manager Ice Cream and Cake festival addressing media.

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The Ice Cream and Cake festival returns this weekend. The family event which is now in its 4th edition will be held at the Uganda Museum on Saturday, 14th December.

It promises to be a fun-filled affair where revelers will indulge their palates in the sweet delights for which the festival is known for like ice cream, cakes, muffins and candy among others. To light up the day, there will be a rich line up of musicians including Sheebah Karungi, Spice Diana, Beenie Gunter and Levixone among others to entertain revelers.

Addressing media on Tuesday afternoon, Norman Kasule, the festival’s marketing manager revealed that this edition is dedicated to celebrating family and friends and will feature lots of giveaways such as free ice cream for all revelers. “As the year comes to the end, we thought to dedicate this edition to family and friends. We want them to come together and make special memories,” Kasule said.

“We have brought several partners on board who will be giving away lots of goodies like ice cream and milk among others.” He added.

Meanwhile, children will also be catered for in the day’s fun with a kid’s park with bouncing castles, face painting, and reading games  set up for them. Tickets cost 25k for adults and 10k for children.

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