Spark TV, a sister station to NTV Uganda both of which are under Nation media have lost yet another employee to a rival station, NBS. Jamira Mulindwa was on Friday 23rd unveiled at NBS TV as their Luganda News anchor.
She is the next employee in the queue to have left the Nation Media Group for fellow competitors NBS TV and will be presenting the ‘Amasengejje’ Luganda news with fellow broadcasters mention Joyce Bagala and others following the departure of anchor Daniel Katabira who left to concentrate on his personal businesses.
Next Media Group and particularly NBS continues to pile pressure on NTV. The former ‘Agafa Eyo’ Luganda news anchor has been ushered in style with a warm welcome in the new winning team (NBS TV) where she will be doing her trade with love. “Meet our new #NBS Amasengejje anchor, the beautiful Mulindwa Jamila, Welcome to the winning team,” posted NBS TV.
Singer WillDive comes stronger in You Me Shuga
Singer George WillDive as commonly known as Kyana Kya Mbaata has his latest release out. Both the artiste and management believe this is a career break through single. The singer in his You Me Shuga puts all effort in proving love for his lover but also brings out the poetry in him.
You me Shuga was written by Mose Wryta, produced by Reality and is in final stages of the video coming to screen.
George WillDive started and belongs to own label NorthPole music.
Listen to You Me Shuga here https://soundcloud.com/george-willdive-476598891/youmeshuga-by-george-willdive
Myco Chris back to Uganda in Give A Hand charity concert
UK based Ugandan RnB singer Myco Chris is set for a charity concert this August. The concert dubbed “Give A Hand” will have it’s proceedings go to charity with less previlaged persons.
Myco Chris concert is slated for 2nd August ar Serena hotel in Kampala.
Myco Chris has done Songs like spread some love, No way, It’s gonna be alright, Over comer among so many more.
Miss Uganda 2019 search is on
By Our Reporter
The search for the next Miss Uganda beauty queen is on. This was revealed during a press briefing held at the Sheraton Kampala Hotel on Thursday.
Addressing media, Brenda Nanyonjo, the Kezzi Entertainment director and Miss Uganda CEO, said that registration kicked off on Monday. “We are looking for young and confident girls. On top of the usual attributes like age and height, we will also be keen on personality and character.” She said.
Like the 2018 edition, contestants will be scouted from the different regions across the country. “We will hold regional searches, but because we don’t have ample time, we will be scouting for contestants in two regions on the same day.” Nanyonjo noted.
The lucky candidates will then be heading to boot-camp on July 6th, before the ultimate winner is crowned on July 27 during a ceremony that will be hosted at the Sheraton Kampala Hotel.
Meanwhile, socialite Zari Hassan will return as the Miss Uganda 2019 patron and will also still be one of the judges. The socialite was among the judges of 2018 Miss Uganda beauty pageant where Abenakyo Quiin was crowned. Abenakyo went on to win Miss World Africa crown.
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