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Eddy Kenzo releases new video — “Jubilation”. Watch it here!

Bigeye - Thu, 02/23/2017 - 21:00

Musician Eddy Kenzo has added a brand new song to his ever-growing discography.

The singer has today released a music video dubbed “Jubilation”, a single off his upcoming album titled “Biology”.

Speaking about his new video, he noted that; “I do happy music, music to soothe souls. In this video, we forget all the problems we are faced with and decide to celebrate and rejoice by the grace of God.”

The video was directed by Sasha Vybz.

Watch it below.

Staff Writer

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If Your Wife Does These 15 Things, NEVER Leave Her

Blizz - Thu, 02/23/2017 - 20:52

If your wife does these 15 things for you, never leave her. After all, such a wife is hard to

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Reasons Why Women Hate Condoms Even More Than Men Do

Blizz - Thu, 02/23/2017 - 20:37

Men have always been the one accused of being against condom usage. There are a lot of reasons why this

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Busoga Princess Walks Down The Aisle

Howwebiz - Thu, 02/23/2017 - 19:51
he newlyweds treated their guests to a colourful reception held at Gloria Gardens in Namugongo.

Rema Namakula Sets Concert Dates

Howwebiz - Thu, 02/23/2017 - 18:29
The show is going to be handled by Kavuma Robert of KT promotions who recently had a successful concert with Sheeba Katungi at the same venue.

Pastor Edwin Musiime To Throw A Reunion Party For Wife

Howwebiz - Thu, 02/23/2017 - 18:09
He is planning a big reunion party on 4th march at Serena Hotel as the couple put their differences aside and become a happy family again.

Geosteady To Thrill Fans At Club Amnesia

Howwebiz - Thu, 02/23/2017 - 18:05
Wondering where you could spend a quality Thursday evening, look no far than Club Amnesia.

More Celebrities Follow Qute Kaye’s Way To Christ

Chano8 - Thu, 02/23/2017 - 17:25

With Captain Dollar known for his hit tune ‘Emese’ being the opening celebrity to embrace salvation at the ongoing 77 days of Glory at renowned pastor and philanthropist Robert Kayanja’s Rubaga Miracle Centre, former singer Qute Kaye followed next recently.

After shading a lot of tears The ‘Ginkese’ singer declared that it was a brand new beginning of his life as a born again Christian. Following Kaye’s declaration, other celebrities like former Leone Island member Papa Cidy, Luga Flow singer Eddy Kigere and Amarula Family comedy group member Kapere.

Qute Kaye and Pastor Robert Kayanja on the day he got saved

Papa Cidy with Pastor Robert Kayanja   

It must be noted that after his top of the charts single ‘Ginkese’ Qute Kaye became the man of the moment, attracting quite a number of ladies and getting a huge fan base. But that celebrity status might have cost him a lot because he didn’t have a plan B for his music career and within a very short time, no one still remembered the musician and he did nothing to revive his music career with many branding him a ‘One hit wonder’.

Luga Flow artiste Eddy Kigere (left) gave his life to Jesus Christ

It has been reported on a number of occasions that Kaye had died but somehow, information later comes out that he is still alive and this was because of the rumours that he was sick and suffering from an unknown disease which he apparently claimed to have infected many women with.

We would like to commend these artistes for embracing salvation and we hope they stay saved as it is the only way to join God’s kingdom.

 

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Gen. Katumba Wamala sworn in as State Minister for Works — Photos

Howwebiz - Thu, 02/23/2017 - 17:02
Yoweri Museveni has this afternoon presided over the swearing in ceremony of Gen Katumba Wamala as State Minister for Works at State House, Entebbe.

Diplomat, Businessman Katatumba succumbs to Asthma and Pneumonia

Howwebiz - Thu, 02/23/2017 - 16:44
Ugandan Diplomat and Businessman Boney Katatumba has died at the International Hospital Kampala, IHK after undergoing an unsuccessful operation on Wednesday night.

Geosteady working on a new music album

Bigeye - Thu, 02/23/2017 - 15:33

Musician Geosteady is cooking something big for his fans.

We have learnt that the “Mbuuza” singer is working on a brand new music album.

Dubbed “Lovenjitis”, the album will boast of 10 tracks.

According to the singer, his new music album is inspired by love and believes it will help strengthen relationships.

Meanwhile, Geosteady is set to release the first single off the album titled “Tokendeeza” very soon. “I am dropping a new video titled Tokendeeza soonest. It is off my upcoming album.” He revealed.

Staff Writer

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After ‘Tubonga Naawe’ Project, Artistes Meet Museveni Again

Chano8 - Thu, 02/23/2017 - 15:16
  • Artistes Meet president Museveni at state house again
  • They are working on a new project
  • The last project Mr Museveni did with local artistes is ‘Tubonga Naawe’

Last year February’s Tubonga Naawe project is where we saw various local artistes campaign for incumbent president of Uganda HE Yoweri Kaguta Museveni in the then presidential elections where on top of normal campaigns, the artistes recorded a song ‘Tubonga Naawe’ that became controversial somehow.

News reaching our desk is that on Tuesday, more artistes met the president at State house Entebbe. Among them were those who took part in ‘Tubonga Naawe’ song like Dr Jose Chameleone, Radio, Catherine Kusaasira, King Saha, and others who didn’t participate like Stecia Mayanja, Gravity Omutujju, Ragga Dee, Dj Michael, Dr Hilderman, Omulangila Suuna, Fiina Masanyalaze. However, the group didn’t comprise of only artistes but other people like comedian Teacher Mpamire, Radio and Weasel’s, manager Chagga, events promoter Balaam among others.

However in a bid to keep you in the know, Chano8 had to go an extra mile to find out exactly what they had to meet the fountain of honour and Dr Hilderman explained to us saying.

“This is not yet a done project so I am sorry I can’t disclose the particulars. We were on the campaign trail for the president so we have some other things we are coming up with but they are not in that line of being disclosed but the meeting was not about artistes who sang in Tubonga Naawe but who were part of the campaigns like me.”

However, after their meeting with the Mr Museveni (Sevo), he thanked them for calling on him and being patriotic.

I thank these young men and women, the artistes, for calling on me. I also thank them for their patriotism. @BebeCoolUG @JChameleone pic.twitter.com/KMpflKIzoe

— Yoweri K Museveni (@KagutaMuseveni) February 22, 2017

That aside, The ‘Tubonga Naawe’ project had a lot of good things and bad things associated with it like when a section of the general public took it to social media to declare war against the artistes by promising never to attend their concerts unless they come out to publicly apologise for participating on the project. Some artistes did apologise where as some did not and from then we haven’t heard of any new project not until yesterday when we saw a couple of artistes at state house posing for pictures with the president.

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What It’s Like To Be 23 With A Useless Degree

Campus Bee - Thu, 02/23/2017 - 14:38

Every day I wake up in a panic, but this feeling isn’t the dread of going to work. After five years of university and several degree twitches, I am qualified with a degree I enjoyed studying that has little to no translation to a career path.

Growing up, it was drilled into my brain that, ‘you don’t work hard, you work smart.’ My corporate mother would belittle retail workers, waitresses and any person who generally didn’t wear a suit. There was no other option than to be successful to find fulfillment.

At eighteen I was pushed into studying, which is a privilege within its right, but I naively chose a degree based on its entrance difficulty. I believed that if I was accepted into a lucrative competitive degree, I would find my perfect nook in the workforce. I was accepted into a diagnostic radiography degree. Basically, after three years I was qualified to take an x-ray.

During my university hospital placement, I realised how mundane the job was. I pushed a button and a computer did the rest. The artistry and skill of developing x-ray films had been replaced by computer and other advances in diagnostic imaging. The days were slow and I had no passion for the job. There was also the huge problem of uncapped university places, meaning that there was an oversupply of graduates. The rural hospital I had was working at had received 166 resumes for a single graduate position for the following year. Specialised degrees whilst qualifying you for a specific role, also meant that you are limited to a specific job description.

I knew my family would be very upset that I was switching degrees so I felt it would be sensible and appeasing to move to a more prestigious degree. I decided to move into a double degree of law and arts, given the range of applications this qualification could potentially bring.

So, I had signed up myself up for a five-year degree studying a double degree of law and arts. This gave me plenty of time not to worry about my future career. I loved my arts degree, but my law degree I can only describe as a horrible lonely experience. I felt out of place, dumb and anxious during class and at home. The harder I tried, the worst my marks got.

My lowest point was a legal contracts exam. I neglected my other subjects to spend two weeks studying contracts. I had no excuses, I studied hard, I was focused and I thought I understood the content. On the day of the exam I wasn’t tired and I felt confident. My result was 40%. The pain and anxiety of failure has stayed with me for a long time and my confidence was shattered.

During this time, I had several jobs working in cafes, department stores and boutiques and I would scoff at others and think, ‘this isn’t forever, you are meant for bigger things. Who is still work here at thirty.’ This is the dogma that had been instilled within me from an early age and was shared by many girls my age at university like myself.

After five years, I had completed my arts degree, leaving me with two years of law to study. I even secured myself a paralegal job with an amazing opportunity to make partner if I continued with the firm for a very long time. However, after several weeks at the law firm I began understand the stress, ruthlessness, and grit that it takes to be a solicitor. Whilst I admired my boss he was short-tempered, angry and insensitive. I also found it difficult to hear about cases and clients talk about rape, accidental deaths, and abuse. I couldn’t handle it and I left. I don’t consider this actions in any way admirable, but I couldn’t be there a day longer without jumping out the window.

After five years of studying and no interest in furthering my studies, I was left with…nothing. I had a bachelor of arts and a few years of customer service experience and close to forty rejection emails from job applications. The experience was humbling, to say the least. I reflected on the decisions I had made and why I had chosen them.

I walked around a shopping centre and saw people working in clothing stores and going about their day. I was filled with shame for labeling these people as sad or stuck in dead end jobs. I thought about my mother and how I would have to tell her my failures. I thought about my prospects and about how a retail job might be the best option I could hope for. I was filled with despair for my future and I thought about my choices and arrogance.

I am twenty-three years old and I am afraid of what my future will bring. I wish I could say I found an amazing career or became self-made prodigy or social media star but I haven’t. I wish I could say that I found a passion or something I am working towards, but that isn’t the case either. I have a few in between jobs but in the meantime but I spend my days worrying. I comb through career sites daily hoping to find the perfect job. Well, not even a ‘perfect’ job, just a job that isn’t a pyramid scheme or dodgy ‘college’ institution. Until then, I hope others can read my experience and reflect on their own path.

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5 Good reasons women fake orgasms

Bigeye - Thu, 02/23/2017 - 14:22

Fake orgasms are the bane of men’s existence, it’s very demoralizing especially when she isn’t very good at faking it and you catch on to it, and you’re there watching her act orgasm horribly. While it isn’t entirely the lady’s fault, it also isn’t the guy’s fault.

According to Psychology Today, only about a quarter of women achieve orgasm during sexual intercourse, regardless of the length or width of the tool.

Taking things to another notch higher, about 20 per cent seldom have or ever had orgasm during sex. 5 per cent have never had orgasm. So, your work has been cut out for you, it’s all not very encouraging at all.

Joy Stokes of Xonecole explores the reasons why women fake orgasm.

1. To make you happy

Weirdly, she is still trying to prioritize your happiness over hers, she just wants to boost your ego. For better men who care about the female orgasm, people who don’t want to be selfish, they will put the lady’s joy over theirs. She’s done this for you, so your a$$ can feel like a man!

2. The sex is becoming too long

Being able to last long sometimes is a bad thing, and if she is busy and you’re taking too long feeling like the nigga, she might just have to throw in a fake orgasm so she can move on with the rest of her life.

3. You were both drunk

The night was really good, and you both had too much to drink and it’s now a problem for anyone to cum, so the lady takes the fall. Fake an orgasm, and go to lala land and be done with the night’s experience.

4. The sex is painful

You have to admit this is a valid reason for faking orgasm, I also think you should stop immediately once it becomes uncomfortable. So, for you to remain happy, orgasm remains faked so things can go on.

5. She wants something

That is probably the most devious reason for faking an orgasm, but hey! It works, superbly well too. Making you happy before tabling a request is a sure bet of getting what we want, making you falsely believe you’re the man.

Source: Pulse.ng

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Confusion: Muntu Withdraws Ingrid Turinawe’s EALA Candidature

Howwebiz - Thu, 02/23/2017 - 14:20
In a letter seen by Howwebiz, Muntu explains that the party now retains one candidate, Ms. Ekwau.

My father’s friend got me pregnant, he wants me to abort- KYU student

Campus Bee - Thu, 02/23/2017 - 14:09

I’m Evelyn, a second year student at KYU and I have been in an intimate relationship with my Dad’s best friend, Tony behind his back. This guy is a close family friend and most of all he’s My Dad’s best friend to the extent that they are even businesses partners.

A few weeks back, I realized I was one month pregnant with this guy’s baby. I talked to him about the issue and he opted for an abortion which he said he would fund head to toe.
The issue at hand is that I am scared of taking my life through abortion. I  in fact want to keep my baby. What should do?
Should I tell my dad about it? I’m confused.

Well in such a sticky situation, there are two lives at stake! Yours and the baby’s . There is drama too in the offing if your family and that of your Dad’s friend gets ahold of such information.
We propose you talk to the guy and make him see the positive side of keeping the baby. That aside, it might be easy for your Dad to accept the pregnancy state but not to accept the relationship you are in. Take things in steps sane like you took while falling for the guy of you took any.
Keep the child, let the guy take care of it and then with time,you can handle the consequences.

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My father’s friend got me pregnant, he wants me to abort- KYU student

Campus Bee - Thu, 02/23/2017 - 14:09

I’m Evelyn, a second year student at KYU and I have been in an intimate relationship with my Dad’s best friend, Tony behind his back. This guy is a close family friend and most of all he’s My Dad’s best friend to the extent that they are even businesses partners.

A few weeks back, I realized I was one month pregnant with this guy’s baby. I talked to him about the issue and he opted for an abortion which he said he would fund head to toe.
The issue at hand is that I am scared of taking my life through abortion. I  in fact want to keep my baby. What should do?
Should I tell my dad about it? I’m confused.

Well in such a sticky situation, there are two lives at stake! Yours and the baby’s . There is drama too in the offing if your family and that of your Dad’s friend gets ahold of such information.
We propose you talk to the guy and make him see the positive side of keeping the baby. That aside, it might be easy for your Dad to accept the pregnancy state but not to accept the relationship you are in. Take things in steps sane like you took while falling for the guy of you took any.
Keep the child, let the guy take care of it and then with time,you can handle the consequences.

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10 Easy ways to put your partner in a really good mood

Bigeye - Thu, 02/23/2017 - 14:06

Sometimes it could be a text, or maybe a book or a joke you found online that will hopefully brighten your sweetheart’s day. Here are 10 simple ways to lift your partner’s mood.

1. Subscribe to a “joke of the day” blog, and share them with your love.

It’s a great way to start off the day and you will both leave the house a little lighter. And don’t send or forward the email, but tell the joke yourself.

2. Without letting him or her know, take over the household duties for a week (at least), and tell your partner to go play and relax.

It will seem like a real gift.

3. Take your significant other’s car to get it washed and filled up.

He or she will never give you a hard time about playing golf (or whatever) on Sunday. As a kid, I got to sit in the car while it went through the wash and that was very exciting for me and created a memory I’ll always cherish.

4. Next time your other half has a really hard day, draw him or her a warm bath to relax in for a bit.

Light some candles, put on some nice music. Make it romantic but not sexual because this is a relaxation moment for your mate. The other stuff will happen later.

5. Say sweet things and use terms of endearment (honey, darling, baby) with each other.

This brings you closer. Even just a heart on a text will do the trick. The sweeter you are to each other, the closer you will both feel, and you will also have fewer stressful moments with one another.

6. Bring flowers whenever you have a chance.

Doesn’t matter how big the bouquet is — sometimes a single rose can say more than a dozen. I’ve often grabbed a flower from the yard (or the neighbors) before I walk in the door.

7. Say “I love you very much” right out loud, for no reason at all.

You don’t have to pick a special moment, but be spontaneous. This sign of your affection is guaranteed to make your partner grin from ear to ear. She or he may think you are a little crazy, but it’s worth it.

8. Plan a surprise date.

Make it more special by making it an overnight or even a weekend. But even if it’s just for lunch, brunch, or dinner, doing this will make your partner smile. And always order something a little special for your partner.

9. Do something totally new and different with your mate.

Doing new things produces the brain chemical oxytocin, also known as the “cuddle hormone,” so the more new things you do together, the closer you will want to be.

10. Help her reminisce.

My other half told me a story about wanting a toy yellow phone when she was a child, and she even cried a little telling me about it. The next day, I went on e-Bay and found a likely replica and gave it to her. Total investment: $10. Result: priceless.

It doesn’t take a lot to make your partner smile, but you have to make some effort. It’s guaranteed to come back to you in positive ways and make you smile more, too.

Source: YourTango.com

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This graduation advice from MUBS lecturer will leave you inspired

Campus Bee - Thu, 02/23/2017 - 13:52
Ramadhan Ggoobi

By Ramadhan Ggoobi

Congratulations to all my students graduating today at Makerere University. Like I used to tell you in our lectures, the best investment one can make is education. Education is the most reliable “opportunity equalizer”.

Your lives will never be the same again: you are likely to live longer, happier, and affluently. Don’t worry about the few jobs available now.

Education is not about jobs; it’s about the life skills we gain that keep us alive and make us more productive. In any case, it wouldn’t be logical to first wait for the jobs to be created and then go to school. Now you qualify to be ‘unemployed’ having graduated from being ‘unemployable’. Now go make money.

Don’t rush to get married. First make money. Let no one put you on pressure, for they won’t live your life. You will. When you start making money, don’t forget this is Africa.

In Africa we look after our parents when they age. Give them a little bit of it and more care. They’ve sacrificed a lot to see you through the journey.

Remember you’ve just joined less than 1% of Ugandans with that certificate! Don’t ever stop thanking your parents/guardians for propelling you into that small group. Congs again.

Yours, …..
#DontCryWhileGivingYourSpeech

The writer is a senior economics lecturer at Makerere University Business School.

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This graduation advice from MUBS lecturer will leave you inspired

Campus Bee - Thu, 02/23/2017 - 13:52
Ramadhan Ggoobi

By Ramadhan Ggoobi

Congratulations to all my students graduating today at Makerere University. Like I used to tell you in our lectures, the best investment one can make is education. Education is the most reliable “opportunity equalizer”.

Your lives will never be the same again: you are likely to live longer, happier, and affluently. Don’t worry about the few jobs available now.

Education is not about jobs; it’s about the life skills we gain that keep us alive and make us more productive. In any case, it wouldn’t be logical to first wait for the jobs to be created and then go to school. Now you qualify to be ‘unemployed’ having graduated from being ‘unemployable’. Now go make money.

Don’t rush to get married. First make money. Let no one put you on pressure, for they won’t live your life. You will. When you start making money, don’t forget this is Africa.

In Africa we look after our parents when they age. Give them a little bit of it and more care. They’ve sacrificed a lot to see you through the journey.

Remember you’ve just joined less than 1% of Ugandans with that certificate! Don’t ever stop thanking your parents/guardians for propelling you into that small group. Congs again.

Yours, …..
#DontCryWhileGivingYourSpeech

The writer is a senior economics lecturer at Makerere University Business School.

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