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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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Photos: How Bakiga Nation went down

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Bakiga Nation which has over the years grown into one of the most sought-after cultural events on the social calendar returned for its 6th edition on Sunday at UMA show grounds. Unlike the previous editions, revelers had to pay a cover charge to partake in Sunday’s festivities. However, this did not deter the overzealous revelers as they still flocked Lugogo in droves to celebrate the Kiga cultural heritage. By 12 noon, there was already a sizeable crowd at the venue and it continued to swell as the hours wore on.

It was a funfilled day as the exuberant partiers reveled in traditional dances and feasted on food and drinks unique to Bakiga like their local brew enturire which was served in gourds. At some point the crowd could also been seen dancing in unison to ekitaguuro, a Kiga cultural dance. Other fun activities included Kwepena, sack race and rope skipping among others.  There were also music performances from singers Shine Omukiga, Tamba and Qwela Band, much to the delight of the delirious crowd.

The Nile Special-sponsored event went on till midnight.

Here are some photos from the event.

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Meet Shillo, Kezimbira Shillo a slay queen living large off her entrepreneurship skills

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Not so many ladies in town can slay and yet spare sometime off partying to work hard to afford their life style. Shillo kezimbira’s success serves as proof that slayers can make it too.

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Shillo is into fashion, music, real estate and she is also the founder of Shilloh Foundation and Bleak bar and lounge located in kyaliwajjala. Other than that, she is a professional accountant, with a degree in BCoM and also a good researcher. Shillo aka kezshillo is also a lover of charity and helping the helpless is where she invests most of her spare time and energy and she does this through her foundation.Shillo loves to play hard because works hard too and she plays on boat rides to islands, and also puts up at above the basic apartments. She is a lover of nice things and works hard to make sure that she can afford them for herself. She, however, hates fake people and pretenders, those that assume to be more than they actually are.“I love charity, and am charitable, my foundation is here for many, as a young woman, I believe women like me can change this world, and we should also keep voting for the reigning Miss Uganda in the miss world as she represents Uganda, which we all stand for,” she says.

Shillo is doing a Christmas charity with the youth of NBS youth voice this festive season and she seeks to bring Christmas to the less fortunate, vulnerable children and communities.

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