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Joe Kigozi quits BBS Terafayina

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BBS Terefayina CEO, Joe Kigozi has quit the station.

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We have learnt that he is leaving the Buganda-owned TV station to join a rival station.

According to our sources, Joe Kigozi has today handed in his resignation and is set to return to NBS TV. He is said to be reuniting with former boss and mentor, Kin Kariisa as the Chief of Strategy.

“They tried to entice him with new juicy offers, but his mind had been made up. He just wanted to leave,” our source relayed.

Meanwhile, Kigozi had previously served at NBS TV for five years until 2015 when he resigned to take the helm of BBS Terafayina. During his time at NBS TV, he served as both Marketing Manager and 4-4-2 presenter. He now returns in a bigger role as second in command.

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DJ Mackus reveals secret to winning Evoke Night competition

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Evoke Night is taking the party to the MTN warehouse next Friday, May 31. The youth inspired event returns in its second episode of season 3 with competitions in spoken word, rap and beatboxing. The competitions run alongside other performances of live band, live DJ, Film and many more art forms.

Last month at the Evoke Night Premiere, one victor arose from the Dance and DJ competitions. DJ Mackus, known to spin at the Cayenne Sunday pool chill and Almost famous Deejays events won the one million cash prize courtesy of Club Pilsener.

Here’s what he had to say about his journey towards winning the competition:

1. Why did you choose to compete in the Evoke Dance and DJ competitions?

Publicity is why I took part in the competitions. I wanted to use the platform Evoke and Club had presented to push my brand.

2. Take us through the preparations before you actually got to perform.

My preparation was based on the time code we were given by the judges. First round made up of 7 minutes then the second one was made up of 3 minutes. In my first 7 minutes I had to showcase my song selection and to make people dance followed by 3 minutes of a mush up i.e, instrumentals and a capella. I intended to showcase my skills of scratching and the deejaying technicality of fusing a beat from a different song with vocals of different song.

3. How did it feel like to grab that milli and what did you use it for?

I didn’t expect it because I came out to have fun not compete. But it was a great feeling. It feels good to do what you love and people respond to it. I used the money to develop my career by spending it on what was lacking.

4. You are returning for the semi- finals. What do you have planned?

I thought it was the end, but I was excited to hear the journey was moving on. I plan to deliver even better than before. My competitors will be in for a ride.

5. Any advice or tips you would give to nominees awaiting the Episode two competitions on how to win?

Don’t over think the contest, let it flow. Come out and have fun. Remember if you’re too careful you always end up making mistakes. So just be you.

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Afrigo Band to headline Uganda Vintage and Classic Auto show 8th edition

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The CBA Uganda Vintage and Classic Auto show is back. The event which showcases vintage automobiles returns for the 8th edition on Saturday, July 27 at the Sheraton Gardens.

Announcing this year’s edition, Dr. John Baptist Niwagaba, the Uganda Vintage and Classic Auto show proprietor, said that this year’s show will big and better with more fun and prizes for participants.

To be held under the theme, “Love of the machines”, the event is expected to attract exhibitors from across the region including Kenya, Rwanda and Tanzania.

“We have increased the number of categories in which participants will compete in from 20 to 25 with new categories including Best Garage, Best Mechanic and Best Collectible.” Niwagaba said. “In line with our theme this year, we want to celebrate and reward the growing love for vintage restoration with in Uganda and the rest of East Africa.”

Speaking at the launch, CBA Bank CEO Anthony Ndegwa, noted that the bank is passionate about the car show because it is a space where the bank interacts with its clients and public in a fun-filled environment. He acknowledged the tremendous work done by Uganda Vintage team, pledging to support event for the foreseeable future.

Meanwhile, Uganda’s legendary music group, Afrigo Band will be the other attraction at this year’s event. Famous for songs like “Jim”, “Oswadde Nnyo”, “Speend Control” and “Olumbe Lw’obwavu” among others, they have been announced as the main entertainers for the day.

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Campusers wrap-up first semester in style

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After stressful months of strikes, coursework, and tests, a refreshing night out was the perfect way to unwind as the long semester came to an end.

And for a chilly Saturday evening, there was probably no other plot for MUBs students in Nakawa than the Bell Jamz Hostel Silent Disco that returned with the End of Sem edition at Ideal Platinum Hostel.

Unlike other events that take long to get lit, hostel silent disco as always did not disappoint with revelers getting entertained from 7pm when they stepped feet at the venue. The night had some of Kampala’s finest DJs, among them Roja and Slick Stuart.

The mood at Ideal Platinum Hostel was cheerful as students’ night was accompanied by music and beer to seal the celebration.

At about 11pm, DJ Roja then took over the red channel with a set up that featured hit songs from Uganda, Kenya and Nigeria, this left party animals grooving even harder, with the guys forming mini dancing teams.

Through its music platform Bell Jamz, Bell Lager is the premium sponsor of the Hostel Silent Disco.

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