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Uganda is out! SA and Kenya in trouble

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BBA Evicted Housemate Isaac Lugudde being interviewed by IK

BBA Evicted Housemate Isaac Lugudde being interviewed by IK

It’s the end of the road for Uganda in The Chase as LK4 became the second and last Ugandan Housemate to be Evicted from The Big Brother Africa House. The first one to leave was the quirky Denzel who spent just one week in The Chase. Not that his countryman, LK4 did any better after being passed the baton.

Could LK4’s cockiness have cost him in the game? or was it his player tendencies which saw him double cross Nigeria’s Beverly and South Africa’s Koketso? Well, LK4 ended up being with Koketso who never left his side until they were Evicted together.

It was so embarassing when IK put LK4 on the spot about what he meant on Saturday night when he told Natasha that his mother had told him that he had to be close to Nigerians and South Africans in the House to make it through. The look he got from Koketso was simply priceless as it dawned to her that the Ugandan ‘prince’ could have been playing her all along.

Koketso’s Eviction means that South Africa’s hope lies with Angelo who hasn’t being doing much in the game either. Now that Angelo is the only South African left in The Chase, he will have to up his game and so should Kenya’s Annabel. The second Kenya Housemate, Huddah was Evicted alongside Denzel during the first Eviction Show leaving a huge load on Annabel’s shoulders.

Perhaps it would be great for Annabel and Angelo to hook up after all. The busty Kenyan lass has been hinting to Angelo that she’s got the hots for him but Angelo made it clear during one of his Diary sessions that he’d rather keep Annabel in the friend zone.

With Selly and Melvin as the Heads of the two Houses this week, we can predict that Nigeria and Ghana are safe from possible Eviction this week. After Rubies won the Airtel Arena Showdown on Friday, HoH Selly made sure to recruit her countryman Elikem into her House perhaps knowing that she could at least Save him should he be Nominated. Well, Selly sent Beverly to the Diamond House where Melvin rules this week and we can assume that even if the lanky lass is Nominated, her brother will Save her.

We can assume and predict all we can but the actual game is dependent on the Housemates and it’s only a matter of time before we know who will be facing the dagger next week. We wonder who Uganda will be rallying behind now that they are officially out of the race.

 

Lindiwe Nkonyane for BigBrotherAfrica.com

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Kampala edition of Evoke Night in photos

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Kampala night life lovers had an extra option last night at he Evoke Night. The crowd which mainly was composed of young people was entertained by Evoke Band who had the first act of the night. The night was histed by Mama KLA.

The night was fun filled with Art, Music, Fashion and Games that had the young crowd thrilled. DJ Ssese was on the decks with some of the latest grooving music. The event took place in Kampala at the Square in industrial area. The night was sponsored by Club beer.

Here are some photos from the event:

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Congratulations! Bad Black has delivered safely

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Socialite and Snapchat queen Bad Black real names Shanita Namuyimbwa has delivered safely.

The celebrity who checked in to a Nairobi hotel days ago has today given birth to a healthy baby in Nairobi.

The baby that she decided to name Jessy is in good health and so is the mother.

Here is a photo of Black’s baby that she shared on Instagram moments ago.

This brings the number of the Socialites children to 3 all from different fathers. We will keep you updated.



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Seanice Kacungira named among Africa’s Most Influential Women in Business

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Former radio personality Seanice “Lojede” Kacungira has been recognized by Africa’s Most Influential Women in Business and Government and Titans: An award ceremony that took place at the Hilton Sandton, in Johannesburg – South Africa.

The awards are the leading African recognition programme honoring excellence in the private and public sector. The programme covers 23 economic sectors and has for the past nineteen years independently recognized those leaders who are at the pinnacle of their industry.

“Nominees undergo a rigorous multi-tiered judging process,” says Annelize Wepener, Chief Executive, of CEO Global. “The highest possible standard is maintained throughout the judging. Those individuals whom have been recognized as winners in their field can be assured that they have truly excelled.”

The SADC South leg of the recognition programme is the first part of CEO Global’s recognition programme that takes it around the continent to 8 regions. In each of these regions, country and regional winners are identified.

Seanice, who has set up what can be termed Africa’s first Indigenous female run Pan African Digital Agency with physical offices in South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, Blu Flamingo Digital Africa, is also the Founder of the Digi-Con Academy, which has to date trained over 25,000 young men and women in all things digital.

“It feels surreal to be recognized, this means so much to me, but at my core I’m really just about the work and pursuing the highest level of excellence for myself and those I have the privilege to work with,” Seanice said about the award.

Seanice was awarded in the category of Business and Professional Services.



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