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Video: NTV Uganda staff in new Must Watch Christmas Movie.

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xmasWith eight years of broadcasting in Uganda, the leading television station in the land, NTV Uganda, has come up with their own rendition of the Christmas story, to be told by their staff in a short movie.

We have learnt that NTV Staff have acted a new movie about Christ amass that will run on the station on Thursday 25th (Christmas day) and on Friday 26th (Boxing Day). If similar previous productions like Christmas in Kampala are anything to go by, the new movie is one that no Ugandan should miss.

The movie by NTV staff with show on both days at 3:30pm.

Be sure to catch it on DSTV Channel 283 too. “We bring you #ChristmasAtNTV starring some of your favorite people at NTV.Catch the movie tomorrow & Friday at 3.30pm.” read a statement on the NTV Uganda Social Media platforms.

Below is a short clip from the movie.

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PHOTO: John Blaq Finally receives his Zzina Award

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By Staff Writer

This year the Galaxy FM Zzina awards were scientific and we all know why – COVID 19. For the first time in 7 years the awards were held online. Only a few artistes were allowed on set as they observed strict Social Distancing rules.

Fast forward, many artistes did not receive their physical awards because of this. John Blaq has just received his today, several days after the awards happened.

The singer who has a new song called Mulubiri was named Male artiste of the year at the online award ceremony. This was the only award that he scooped in this year’s edition.

When he received the award Blaq rushed to show it to his fans and thank them for the support. He said;

“This is to you my people…
Thank you for believing in me .
Male Artiste of The Year 🥇
Thank you for loving #JohnBlaqMusic, thank you Galaxy FM 100.2 , MTN Uganda and Talent Africa Group
More music to the TOP. ⬆️”

Congratulations once again Blaq. Keep shinning.

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Bad Black Money: Promoter Balaam to arrange payment

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By Staff Writer

Socialite Bad Black is one who doesn’t mince her words especially when it comes to issues if her money.

The socialite who took part in the Tonsemberera campaign commissioned by Precision Media on behalf of Ministry of health has been busy on the internet in the past couple of days. She was throwing tantrums left right and centre for failure to get payment for the advert she did.

The ad which was supposed to sensitisatize young women about the dangers of Coronavirus has been running on all media. However, Bad Black the model in the ad says she was not paid and has been demanding 500 million shillings from government.

The agency that worked with her, Precision came out and clarified that the advert was supposed to be probono as her contribution to the fight against COVID19. However Black disagreed and asked to be paid.

Today the socialite and mother of 2 managed to get an audience with promoter Balaam owner of Radio 4 and NRM mobilizer.

Black together with her lawyers and Balaam signed an MoU calling for a ceasefire from Black and promised her an audience with the President of the nation.

Black who welcomed the idea seemed very happy and hopeful that her issue will finally be sorted.

Speaking about the meeting Black who has promised to stop supporting the NRM party and cross over to Bobi Wine’s people power said that she is prepared to talk to the president and also bring to light the plight of prostitutes in Uganda. Key to note however is that prostitution is illegal in Uganda.

We will keep you updated.

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Survivors of 2010 terrorist attacks give testimonies of how Prophet Mbonye prophesied tragedy before it happened in new documentary

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Several Christians and followers of Prophet Elvis Mbonye, of Zoe International Ministries, who survived the 2010 Al- Shabaab terrorist attacks in Uganda that occurred at Kyadondo Rugby grounds and Ethiopian Village, Restaurant in Kabalagala, respectively, have given touching testimonies of how the man of God prophesied the horrible incident just a month before it happened!

In their chilling confessions, the Christians, most of them survivors of the terrorist attacks at Kyadondo Rugby Grounds, gave their confessions in a new documentary filmed by Zoe Ministries, in which they all revealed how Prophet Mbonye told them during a conference held in May 2010 that he had received a vision from God about a pending terrorist attack in Uganda, although none of them knew it would really happen just a month after the prophesy.

It is now exactly 10 years since the brutal attacks on July 10th, 2010, which left over 74 people dead and at least 71 injured after the Al-Shabaab terrorists exploded bombs in a fully-packed rugby field where soccer fans were watching the 2010 FIFA World Cup finals.

Frank Kakooza, who survived the bomb blast at Kyadondo Rugby grounds, said that “I just heard a blast. I can’t even tell you how loud it was But the State has to come out clearly and respect the word of prophesy that comes out of Prophet Mbonye, because he has been saying things which have come to pass. For instance he prophesied about Trump, The choppers, this bloodshed that happened in Lugogo; now why don’t you talk to that person? Fore warned is forewarned; Why wouldn’t anyone want to listen to him?”

Judith Akankwasa, another survivor, added that “we were screaming and scampering for our lives. Not many of us; really few of us had sensed that this was an attack. What made it even more interesting was the sound behind us of a second explosion. My instinct told me to take cover and I was crying to God; have mercy on me. I repent. I repent. But I was astonished to later know that the man of God had actually seen this before hand and he had endeavoured to warn his people. This message was out there although it wasn’t received by everyone, it was out there. I am amazed at what God can do.”

Robert Semujju, whose head was partly shattered by shrapnel from the bomb, miraculously survived the explosion, said that; “I was seated, watching the match. Then all of a sudden I don’t know what happened next. My skull had been blown to the extent that even part of it was shattered and it was open. I think God never wanted me to see that situation anymore. Because after Lugogo, me I went to the mortuary directly. It’s by his God grace, I am here. But later I recalled the man (Mbonye) had prophesied about it. Meaning that through him, God had warned about what was going to come.

Annet Bananuka, a teacher, said that “When I heard news of the attack, I remembered that I had been at a conference during which Prophet Mbonye had warned of the first ever terrorist attack in Uganda. He said he could see an explosion. He could see bloodshed.”

Prophet Mbonye has since prophesied about several other events that have come to pass. For instance, in 2012 he prophesied that Uganda would be engulfed in grief after losing some of her citizens in a plane crash and asked Christians to pray about it. Just a few weeks after he had pronounced the prophesy Uganda lost gallant soldiers who perished in a chopper crash that occurred on Mount Kenya. Seven out of a 28-member crew lost their lives when the Mi-24 chopper failed to negotiate the 17,000 foot altitude of Mt Kenya.

Watch the testimonies in video below.\

 

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Juliana Kanyomozi has a message for Sanyu FM ex-employees

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In case you missed it, Juliana Kanyomozi is back and full of advice based on her personal experiences.

The music legend who gave birth to a baby boy about a month ago used her experiences from leaving radio to concentrating on music to share some sound advice with Sanyu FM’s employees who faced the axe for refusing to take a 25% pay cut from management.

Juliana’s message to them was simple… Rediscover yourself. “If you’re a Sanyu Fm employee, this might be the time for you to rediscover yourself, your other talents. Leaving Capital fm was one of the hardest decisions I ever had to make, I was comfortable with a guaranteed salary and other benefits. But my PD at the time asked me to choose btn a music career and a radio job. I chose the former. I didn’t know what I was going to find out there, infact I was scared, but I took the leap of faith. Today I’m thankful for my growth and independence.” She advised.

She then noted that it is a good thing to have a job, but made it clear that taking a leap of faith can land one into even better things.

“I wouldn’t have achieved half of what I have if I’d chosen the “safety” of being employed with a salary. A job with a salary is a good thing don’t get me wrong. But if you want to achieve bigger, sometimes you have to take that leap of faith.”the songstress concluded.

There you have it guys. You too can pick a leaf from these wise words.

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