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WATCH: Spice Diana has released a trailer to her video with Radio and Weasel

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Musician Spice Diana was most hit among all celebrities when she heard about Mowzey Radio’s death. Perhaps because she was fresh from a new project with the dynamic duo called Kyuma.

After he was laid to rest, Spice decided to release a trailer to the last project that Mowzey Radio worked on.

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Ugandan journalist due for treatment in the US

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Samson BarangaSamson Baranga of The Observer newspaper is due for treatment in the United States following injuries sustained while taking pictures at the social media tax protests led by Robert Kyagulanyi in July this year.

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Baranga, an award winning fashion writer and photographer was assaulted by plain clothed security personnel who left him bruised and with neck problems after he was hit from the back with a baton.

Local hospitals including Kibuli Hospital gave him treatment but reports we have indicate that he has never gotten better. He recently got a chance to travel abroad and he will use his stay to also seek specialized treatment.

Uganda police fired teargas and bullets at social media tax to disperse protesters who had gathered to protest a controversial tax on the use of social media.

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Koroga Festival finally comes to Uganda

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The first-ever Koroga Festival in Uganda took place on Saturday at The Gardens, Najeera.

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Food lovers around Kampala gathered together over the weekend to enjoy the first-ever Koroga Festival that took place in Uganda on Saturday, December 8 at The Gardens, Najjera.

The Koroga Festival, an annual event that has its roots in Kenya is one of the most sought after events in the country. The word “koroga” means “to mix” or “to stir” in the Swahili language, and is an apt representation of all that happened on a day centered around food and drink.

Having been successfully initiated onto the Ugandan scene this month with Tusker Lite onboard, the festival attracted large numbers of food enthusiasts and beer lovers for a Saturday afternoon chill.

“Koroga Festival is a fun event meant to unite Ugandans with fun approaches to enjoying the simplest things in life. The basic starter pack includes indulging in cooking and drinking the finest the world has to offer and what better timing than to incorporate the event into this festive merry season,” said My Food Network’s Mark Kaheru, the organisers of the festival.

The first-ever Koroga Festival in Uganda took place on Saturday at The Gardens, Najeera.

It was a delightful afternoon of munching on scrumptious snacks and enjoying mouthwatering meals cooked by some of the city’s best known foodies. The event featured selected groups who took part in the friendly cooking competitions, with participants provided the necessary elements and ingredients to whip up delicious meals and then being judged based on the tastiness, quickness and creativity that they had exhibited.

“Good food is best paired with Tusker Lite, which is why our brand has been involved in a stream of food-oriented festivals throughout the year within Kampala. The Koroga Festival is a great way to bring people together during this
festive season,” said Cathy Twesigye, Brand Manager, Premium Beers UBL.

The Koroga Festival diners were also treated to a full bar with table service and delicious ready-to-order starters to keep them busy as the cooking went on. Revelers later ended the day to the sounds of friendly amateur karaoke and laughter.

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Rotarians sing and dance for to secure the future

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Rotary International on Saturday night treated Rotarians and revelers to a show-stopping singing and dancing competition at the Kampala Serena Hotel that left many in awe as they danced and sang the night away.

Organised under the theme “Empower Youth, Secure Our Future”, the annual event that is aimed at raising funds for deserving causes by participating rotary and rotaract clubs hosted a bevy of festivities that were aimed at fundraising funds to meet the respective causes that the clubs are driving at this year.

The night featured performances from both rotary and rotaract clubs, with Angolan/Portuguese dance routines in flamboyant colorful styles, creative West Africa dances and traditional African songs, musicals among others.

Now in its eighth year, the competition is aimed at establishing a youth training and entrepreneurship center “vijana Poa” in memory of the late Sam Owori who passed soon after being elected Rotary International president elect 2018-2019. The center will be used to facilitate practical skills training and entrepreneurship development for unemployed youth.

“We are going to build a sanctuary were the young people can come and learn craftsmanship to get employment and earn a living. It’s a way for us to secure the future of not only the next generation but also the future of our country,” said Robert Nsubuga Wagwa, Past District Guvnor Rotary international.

The Tusker Malt sponsored competition attracted 19 rotaract clubs and 35 rotary clubs that all participated in the different categories that saw them win their clubs cash prizes throughout the night.

The rotary club of Kampala city coming out as the overall winner among the rotary clubs winning itself a cash prize of 1,500,000 shillings and the rotaract club of Kampala north musical winning the overall dance competition among the rotaract clubs.

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