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Photos: Kingdom Kampala hosts Halloween Spook Fest

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Friday Night was Halloween night in Kampala and Kingdom Kampala had their celebrations themed Halloween Spook Fest. Revellers as always turned up clad in their Halloween consumes. 

The party was lit up by proclaimed Ireland’s No.1 Female DJ Kaila Troy as she bossed the set giving the vibe to the party. The Halloween party was sponsored by Castle Lite.

Halloween is an annual holiday celebrated each year on October 31. It originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain (a collection of ethnic groups of Europe identified by their use of the Indo-European Celtic languages and cultural similarities). The Samhain would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off ghosts.

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MC Kats snatched by 4Matic in Naalya, will host Sundays

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By Stuart G-Khast

After dumping Fame Lounge and lately Pearl of Africa hotel, MC Kats has been booked by Naalya based 4Matic to boost their Sundays. According to 4Matic, MC Kats has a whole Sunday from afternoon to night and he started on the job last Sunday when he was there with his children.

While the children enjoy bouncing castles during day, the night is different, the grown ups camp fire and do Nyama Kyoma along the beers and enjoy the music.

MC Kats as always is expected to pull the crowds

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Wise Men From The East: Johnnie Walker walks Gareth, Darius and Henry from Uganda

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Henry admires some of the oldest whiskey

Uganda continues to be an excellent market for Johnnie Walker and the Scottish Whiskey company has rewarded Uganda by hand-picking a few of the consumers to visit the plants and learn more.

Gareth poses on a street in Scotland

Gareth Onyango and Pivot Media’s Henry Ssali and Darius Mugisha had opportune moments to visit the UK and particularly all four of the main distilleries in Scotland. From their preach, Johnnie Walker has more brands than those that reach Uganda, that they can tell us in subsequent publishings. 

“The whole tour was for them to learn more about he brands and how he bussines is run. It’s a journey to understand and appreciate the story of manufacturing Johnnie Walker and Single malt whisky” we were told.

The trip also had UBL’s Ben Mbuvi the sales director, Abbey Nakiyaga the reserve brands manager and Judith Ezaru the key accounts manager.

Darius poses inside the whiskey plant

Johnnie Walker is a brand of Scotch whisky now owned by Diageo that originated in the Scottish town of Kilmarnock, Ayrshire. The brand was first established by grocer John Walker. It is the most widely distributed brand of blended Scotch whisky in the world, sold in almost every country, with annual sales of the equivalent of over 223.7 million 700 ml bottles in 2016 (156.6 million litres).

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“Stop mentioning my name, or else I will embarrass you!” — Ali Kiba warns Diamond Platnumz

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By Bash Mutumba

Contrary to what Diamond Platnumz keeps stressing to the media, it seems the beef between him and his long-time friend-turned-nemesis Ali Kiba, who is also a Tanzanian musician like him is not just a fake affair hyped by people.

In a new stern Instagram post which was directly aimed at the Wasafi Boss, Ali warned with great Swahili imagery that if Diamond doesn’t cease and desist, he is bound to face the shame of his life.

Kiba was clearly infuriated by Diamond’s comment at the press conference at which he launched the Dar-es-Salaam episode of Wasafi Festival, at which he replied to a journalist who was wondering if Harmonize who has recently quit the record label will perform at the show,
“Harmonize is a child of Wasafi, so he is always welcome. I am pretty sure if his schedule allows it, he will be there. Actually, Babu Tale(Wasafi manager) is in America but is in talks with Ali Kiba to make sure he also performs at the festival.” Platnumz intimated.

This was met with showers of praises from fans onto the Bongo Flavor Star, but all this was short-lived after Ali took to Instagram and captioned a cheeky photo of his with a stern Swahili warning which loosely translates to,
“Don’t act like a Primary 2 kid on me; stealing my pencil and then helping me to look for it. LEAVE ME ALONE! A man usually speaks once, so if you want me to undress you(reveal the skeletons in your closet) and tell the people about the evil you do to me, no one will even come to that festival of yours! Let’s leave it at that, and I wish you a great show.” He went ahead to mention “@diamondplatnumz” which he later edited out of the caption.

This really left everyone amazed, at what Diamond could be doing to Ali behind the curtains, and some Wasafi members just decided to make jokes out of it.

Ali fell out with Diamond over a song, and even though the latter has always shown interest in wanting to solve the issue over the years, the former has always been very reluctant.

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