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Ziza Bafana finally hits back at Yung Mulo, calls him ignorant.

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Ziza Bafana

During an interview on NTV The Beat, Ziza Bafana finally responded to Yung Mulo. Yung Mulo recently claimed that he is the pioneer of dancehall music in Uganda and singers like Ziza Bafana are not rated among Uganda’s dancehall singers.

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“I do good music, l don’t do dancehall. l came here to chase Nigerian and Jamaican music which I am successfully doing. I have won awards so what does Yung Mulo mean? He’s sick in the head, ignorant and knows nothing about music,” Ziza Bafana hit back.

He also added that Yung mulo can’t play a single instrument  and is just a boy who is used to talking instead of showing what he has done.

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Campusers enjoy fun-filled evening at Hostel Silent disco

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Hostel Silent Disco gamers edition at Ideal Hostel in MUBS.

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The second edition of Bell Jamz Hostel Silent disco returned this weekend with the first event held at Ideal Hostel, Nakawa on Sunday evening giving MUBS students the perfect opportunity to unwind from the tense test environment they had endured during the week.

This edition themed “The Gamers Edition” will feature gaming as a new and exciting addition with cash prizes up for grabs for winning teams.

The mood at Ideal Platinum Hostel on Sunday was jolly as excited students
experienced the first ever gaming silent disco edition hosted at their premises. The revelers started flocking the event as early as 7pm. To keep them entertained were top city deejays like DJ Roja, Slick Stuart, Spinny, XZYL among others.

Hostel Silent Disco gamers edition at Ideal Hostel in MUBS.

Those who had registered for the ultimate campus FIFA 19 tournament immediately headed to the designated playing area. Participants had to register prior through an online ticketing platform at no cost.

Participants played for the initial knockout stages with a duration of four minutes. Bob Grace a resident of Ideal was announced the winner taking home a grand prize of 500k.

To wrap up the night, Feffe Bussi hit the stage, and with his hits like Business, Idi Amin Dada, Campusers in attendance were thrilled.

 It was an unforgettable experience for many. The next event will be held at
Nana Hostel Makerere.

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Bollywood stars marvel at Uganda’s tourist attractions

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The delegation from India and local tour guides pose for a photo during Gorilla tracking in Bwindi

The delegation from India and local tour guides pose for a photo during Gorilla tracking in Bwindi

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Having successfully completed an eight-day tour of Uganda, a delegation from India comprising Bollywood stars and members of Travel Agents of India (TAFI) has today, Monday March 4, 2019 flown out, full of praise for the country’s rich and numerous attractions.

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The group, led by Bharat Dabholkar, a distinguished film director, actor, writer and advertising guru, arrived in the country on Wednesday February 28, 2019 and almost immediately flew out to Kidepo National Park.

The team started off with a game drive and sight-seeing, giving them just a glimpse of the diverse wildlife in Uganda before proceeding to meet the Karimojong in their indigenous homesteads, the Manyatta. The team also went gorilla tracking at Bwindi, visited Queen Elizabeth National Park and also enjoyed a boat ride on the Kazinga Channel, among other activities.
As they concluded their Ugandan visit, the team met President Yoweri Museveni yesterday at State House Nakasero where they discussed several issues.

The President urged them to encourage more tourists from India to come and experience the beauty of Uganda. He also said that linkages between India and Uganda have the potential to boost trade and investment.

Dabholkar, who has directed and starred in over 17 Bollywood films promised the President that they would promote Uganda as a tourist destination for Indians and also as a location for filmng Bollywood movies where Ugandans will participate.

He also stated that they will bring big film tourists to Uganda saying that film tourism will be a big deal.

Asked how his Uganda visit was, Dabholkar couldn’t hide his excitement, saying he would gladly jump onto another opportunity to visit Uganda.
“We came to Uganda to also experience the numerous stories we had been told about this place (Uganda) and to be honest, this is an extremely beautiful country. There’s a lot for one to take in here and I think I would need another trip to experience more of this,” he said.

Dabholkar was particularly excited about the Gorilla tracking experience and the Manyatta cultural attributes. He noted, “Niche tourism with special package like the Gorilla tracking is very easy to sell and for our team this is a take home package for all.”

Other members of the delegation included; Shobanadri Yarlagadda, lead producer of Baahubali, a famous trilogy in Bollywood cinema, accompanied by his spouse Lakshmi Yarlagadda and Prasad Devinemi who helped co-producer the same film.

Others were Bharat Shah, Chairman of TAFI, Pradeep Lulla, Vice President of TAFI, Aditi Bhende, National General Secretary of TAFI and Ramji Natarajan, Chairman of Travel Masters India Corporation.

Also in the team was Veena Patel Sandeed, owner of Veena Travel, a Mumbai-based Indian tour company specializing in budget travel packages, Karad Anand, Head of Relationships and Supplier Management of Cox and Kings, a famous global travel agency with an Indian base.

Sumit Chaturvedi, an Executive Producer at India’s World Is One News (WION) global channel who was part of the delegation disclosed that most of the footage attained from the visit will be featured in a televised program offering, which will be free advertising for Uganda tourism industry.

Grace Akello, the Uganda High Commissioner to India, while welcoming the delegation to Uganda, stated that the visit aimed at unmasking Uganda’s tourism potential, opening up the space for newer opportunities and for the film stars onboard to spot out potential sites for possible film shoots. “This visit paves way for the possibility of local film makers working with this world-class film giant in southern Asia, to promote Uganda,” Akello said.

Uganda has in recent years become a haven for the production of internationally acclaimed movies. Hollywood blockbusters such as Queen of Katwe, The last King of Scotland, Victory at Entebbe, 7 Days in Entebbe, Mississipi Masala starring Denzel Washington, are some of the movies to have featured Uganda.

Adding Bollywood onto that portfolio would be a huge steal given the global appeal this burgeoning Asian movie industry has gained.

The team’s visit was as a result of cooperation between Uganda’s Mission in New Delhi with government tourism agencies; Uganda Tourism Board and Uganda Wild Life Authority; as well as the private sector.

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Photos from comedian Idringi’s kukyala

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Comedian Patrick Idringi Salvado has kicked off the year in style especially in his relationship department.

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Last weekend the comedian visited his long time fiancee Daphine Frankstock’s parents’ home in Munga to kick start the process of making things official. The event was attended by close friends and family.

We have the photos.

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