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Pastor Bujingo Clears the Air about Burning the Bible and the Missing Verses

Blizz - Mon, 04/24/2017 - 16:22

Early last week, news surfaced all over social media pinning Pastor Bujingo for having burnt thousands of Bibles at his

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Hair Stylist Zziwa’s Mansion in its Finals Stages

Blizz - Mon, 04/24/2017 - 16:21

It looks like celebrities are now trying their best to make something good and worth their struggles as we’ve witnessed

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Hellen Lukomwa’s Dress Code Shocks Revelers at Diplo Concert

Blizz - Mon, 04/24/2017 - 16:02

Hellen Lukomwa’s dress code shocks her fan base: Everything is changing so fast that the time when Hellen lukomwa walks

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Eddy Kenzo sends a heartwarming birthday message to Rema Namakula

Blizz - Mon, 04/24/2017 - 15:57

Edrisa Musuuza Kenzo has sent a message to Rema, the message every girl would love to read from her hubby

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Panic in Kabale as Drunken officer loses Gun and Uniform

Howwebiz - Mon, 04/24/2017 - 15:51
Residents of Mukasinde cell, Mwendo parish, Kitumba Sub County in Kabale district were over the weekend left in panic after they recovered a gun, police shirt and cap, dumped in a bush.

Photos:The Sights You Missed At Dj Diplo’s Show

Chano8 - Mon, 04/24/2017 - 15:45

American Grammy award winning Dj Diplo proved to Uganda how he is not just a Dj but a good one at that. He thrilled Ugandans who filled up Golf Course, Kampala’s Banquet Hall for the all VIP and VVIP experience show that took place last Friday the 21st of April.

Organised Talent Africa Group  and sponsored by Club Pilsener the Diplo Live Uganda show pulled different party animals, artistes, socialites, and well wishers who were treated to the best of nothing but live Dj mixes by the headlining Djs like Diplo Himself alongside his fellow Major Lazor electronic trio’s Dj/MC Walshy Fire, Aludah, RPM, KB, Kampire, Darkmeme and Zain.

Check out the photos Chano8 got for you below

Dj Diplo showcased his deejaying skills

Dj Diplo rocked the Uganda Cranes Jersey

Dj Diplo

Fellow Major Lazor member Dj/MC Walshy Fire did the emceeing for Dilpo while standing on top of the table

Dj Diplo and Walshy Fire did excite Ugandans who attended the event

Dj Kampire was one of the Djs who showcased at the Diplo Live Uganda show

Dj RPM was oneof the DJs who played at the event

Dj BK on the wheels of steel

Jose Chameleone after arriving for the event

Dj Zain was one the first Dj to warm up the crowd

Dj Darkmeme also played at the event

Some of the people in the VIP section

Former Miss Uganda 2011 and wife to the event’s organiser Aly Alibhai Sylvia Namutebi posing for photos

Bebe Cool talking to NBS TV’s MC Kats after his arrival for the event

Some of the people in the VIP section enjoying the Djs’ mixes

Some of the people who were in the VVIP section

Capital FM’s Flavia Tumusiime and Galaxy FM’s Mr Mosh

Miss Uganda 2013 Fiona Bizzu (in white) smiling for our camera

Maro and Mr Mosh posing for photos

Capital FM and NTV’s Flavia Tumusiime

Lokking for money to probably buy more drinks

Cleopatra Koheirwe and Michael Ross

Dj Sir Aluda was one of the Djs who played at the event

Big Size Bebe Cool stepping in for the event

Some of the revellers in the VVIP section posing for the Chano8 camera

Socialite and radio presenter Judith Heard

Urban TV’s Kabs Haloha and a friend in the VVIP section

City bussiness man and socialite Jack Pemba was there as well

          

Was he asking for money or beer?

NBS TV Pandona Magazine host Agatha Loswash showing off her curvaceous body

Hey Keko, what do those signs mean?

Socialite Gareth Onyango

NTV’s Sheilah Gashumba and a friend posing for pictures

Singer Leila Kayondo

Former Miss Uganda Stellah Nantumbwe (Left) with a friend

Miss Uganda 2012 Stellah Nantumbwe aka Ellah Ug

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Photos:The Sights You Missed At Dj Diplo’s Show

Chano8 - Mon, 04/24/2017 - 15:45

American Grammy award winning Dj Diplo proved to Uganda how he is not just a Dj but a good one at that. He thrilled Ugandans who filled up Golf Course, Kampala’s Banquet Hall for the all VIP and VVIP experience show that took place last Friday the 21st of April.

Organised Talent Africa Group  and sponsored by Club Pilsener the Diplo Live Uganda show pulled different party animals, artistes, socialites, and well wishers who were treated to the best of nothing but live Dj mixes by the headlining Djs like Diplo Himself alongside his fellow Major Lazor electronic trio’s Dj/MC Walshy Fire, Aludah, RPM, KB, Kampire, Darkmeme and Zain.

Check out the photos Chano8 got for you below

Dj Diplo showcased his deejaying skills

Dj Diplo rocked the Uganda Cranes Jersey

Dj Diplo

Fellow Major Lazor member Dj/MC Walshy Fire did the emceeing for Dilpo while standing on top of the table

Dj Diplo and Walshy Fire did excite Ugandans who attended the event

Dj Kampire was one of the Djs who showcased at the Diplo Live Uganda show

Dj RPM was oneof the DJs who played at the event

Dj BK on the wheels of steel

Jose Chameleone after arriving for the event

Dj Zain was one the first Dj to warm up the crowd

Dj Darkmeme also played at the event

Some of the people in the VIP section

Former Miss Uganda 2011 and wife to the event’s organiser Aly Alibhai Sylvia Namutebi posing for photos

Bebe Cool talking to NBS TV’s MC Kats after his arrival for the event

Some of the people in the VIP section enjoying the Djs’ mixes

Some of the people who were in the VVIP section

Capital FM’s Flavia Tumusiime and Galaxy FM’s Mr Mosh

Miss Uganda 2013 Fiona Bizzu (in white) smiling for our camera

Maro and Mr Mosh posing for photos

Capital FM and NTV’s Flavia Tumusiime

Lokking for money to probably buy more drinks

Cleopatra Koheirwe and Michael Ross

Dj Sir Aluda was one of the Djs who played at the event

Big Size Bebe Cool stepping in for the event

Some of the revellers in the VVIP section posing for the Chano8 camera

Socialite and radio presenter Judith Heard

Urban TV’s Kabs Haloha and a friend in the VVIP section

City bussiness man and socialite Jack Pemba was there as well

          

Was he asking for money or beer?

NBS TV Pandona Magazine host Agatha Loswash showing off her curvaceous body

Hey Keko, what do those signs mean?

Socialite Gareth Onyango

NTV’s Sheilah Gashumba and a friend posing for pictures

Singer Leila Kayondo

Former Miss Uganda Stellah Nantumbwe (Left) with a friend

Miss Uganda 2012 Stellah Nantumbwe aka Ellah Ug

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The Devil has infiltrated KCCA- Nsaba Buturo

Howwebiz - Mon, 04/24/2017 - 15:31
The Parliamentary Forum on Ethics and Integrity has condemned the ban on Street preaching by Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA.

Meet Amina Hersi Morge: The lady who has built Business Empire in Kampala changing its urban lifestyle

Show Biz - Mon, 04/24/2017 - 14:42

Amina Hersi has inspired many young women in Uganda to work because she has made it clear that working hard puts you up there and helps you to achieve great things.

Amina is one of the most influential women in Uganda who has inspired many to work tooth and nail to achieve success. Having started from a humble beginning, Amina is now enjoying fruits of her hard work.

Amina was last week on a delegation with President Yoweri which visited Qatar to establish trade links between Uganda and the Arab state. She met Qatar business gurus alongside President Yoweri Museveni, First Lady Janet Kataaha Museveni, Foreign Affairs Minister Sam Kutesa among others but who is Amina Hersi, the woman many look up to…Read on

Growing up as a young Muslim Somali immigrant girl in the small town of Bungoma, Kenya, we were not allowed to be seen or heard. We were not supposed to go out and play,” recalls Amina Hersi Moghe.

“Growing up as a young Muslim Somali immigrant girl in the small town of Bungoma, Kenya, we were not allowed to be seen or heard. We were not supposed to go out and play,” recalls Amina Hersi Moghe.

She has a rising real estate empire – having built Oasis Mall which houses Nakumatt Supermarket, Kingstone Hardware and the posh Laburnam Courts Apartments in Nakasero. And she has built alliances with the biggest politicians, business people and banks in Uganda and beyond.

President Yoweri Museveni with Amina

This cannot be bad for a daughter of a migrant Somali cattle keeper. Her father’s search for better fortunes took him from Somaliland to western Kenya in the second half of the 20th century.

Hersi thus grew up in the border town of Bungoma in western Kenya, from where she moved to Nairobi, before following in her father’s migrant footsteps when she relocated to Kampala in 1998.

She is a woman of average height and weight, not exactly as light as your usual Somali. Hersi adheres to the Muslim dress code, complete with a head scarf and speaks English – not perfect English – with a heavy Somali accent.

A chance encounter with her may therefore not immediately suggest that she is a very successful businesswoman in Kampala, playing in the biggest league.

But she must fondly look back to the day she set off for Kampala, although it was forced by a heavy dose of sadness.

She had suffered a most gruesome incident, she says, when her two little daughters were killed in a motor accident. She took advice that she needed a change of address to start a new life.

In Kampala, Hersi set up a cement dealership, first as an agent of Bamburi Cement in Kenya and later established relations with the nascent cement factories in Uganda.

“In fact most people know me as Hersi Omusementi,” she says.

Building alliances

Hersi’s stamp of authority on the real estate sector in Kampala grew stronger when on October 3 her Laburnam Courts Apartments was launched with President Museveni as chief guest.

Also in attendance were prominent business people – representatives of banks, cement factories and others. There were also politicians from Uganda and Kenya, including DP president Norbert Mao.

The High Commissioner of Kenya, Maj Gen Geoffrey Okanga, presented Amina with an award – The Moran of the Burning Spear – from the government of Kenya, in recognition of her contribution to the Kenyan economy.

Laburnam Courts Apartments in Nakasero

Hersi is the managing director of the Oasis Group of Companies, which owns Oasis Mall and Laburnam Courts in Uganda and is said to have interests in real estate in Kenya.

Hersi’s mother, Sarah Hersi Ali, and her siblings stayed back in Kenya to take care of the business that side when she moved to Kampala. Her mother, she says, laid the foundation for the family’s real estate empire from a modest restaurant and food store. Hersi built on that foundation to ally with powerful people in Uganda, and it didn’t take her long to get to the core of Ugandan business.

Shortly after arriving in Kampala, she teamed up with Sudhir Ruparelia, who had embarked on building a business empire of his own.

She pitched camp in Ruparelia’s office at the then Crane Forex Bureau on Kampala Road, in the process benefitting from her association with quality business company. She had arrived driving a Mercedes Benz with Kenya registration plates, which she says led many of the people she dealt with believe she had a lot of money and this gave them ideas to rip her off. Sudhir solved her immediate problem by giving her a less sophisticated BMW car.

Her business relationship with Sudhir, perhaps now the richest person in Uganda, would only grow and when Hersi later embarked on bigger projects, Sudhir’s Crane Bank became one of her financiers.

Enter Museveni

It is not clear how Hersi got in contact with Museveni and other powerful people in the government. But the President makes clear his admiration of her qualities, which he says is a far-cry from what most Ugandans exhibit.

“I have a problem with Africans,” the President started out at the launch of the apartments, “Africa is so rich but many of the Africans are not serious. That’s why I am always very happy when I see some Africans who wake up.”

Museveni said Hersi approached him asking for a then vacant piece of land just below All-Saints Cathedral in Nakasero to build apartments.

“If you saw this land, it was just a valley where those who go to church would park their cars and also come to relax; but see what she has done here.” Museveni said.

The Laburnam Courts Apartments comprise a triangle of lime green flats – 154 two-bedroom and three-bedroom serviced apartment units in all – with a swimming pool in the middle. The place also has health facilities, a children’s playing area, business centre and gym.

The proprietor says the apartments have attracted clients from oil and telecom companies. At the time of the launch, it was said that 95 per cent of the apartments were already occupied.

Museveni said Hersi was able to build these apartments, in addition to the Oasis Mall, because she is different from most Ugandans.

“If you go to Kabalagala now,” Museveni said, “they (Ugandans) are all in bars, every time drinking. How much money are you squandering? Lack of discipline, lack of initiative and lack of imagination, that’s the problem Africans must fight.”

Apart from offering the land on which Hersi built the Laburnam Courts and the Oasis Mall, Museveni also ensured that she benefitted from other incentives, like importing building materials without paying taxes. Museveni said at the launch that he protected Hersi from officials of the Uganda Revenue Authority who were demanding taxes from her.

He said that Hersi had planned her project expecting tax exemptions on imported construction materials and that even if her project was a bit late, removing the exemptions would derail her project.

The President aimed a swipe at bureaucrats, who he said just sit in offices and “frustrate” investments.

“There is another project of hers they are trying to fight; we may now have to fight that war,” Museveni said to Hersi’s delight.

Hersi had earlier said that she is looking to embark on another project; one “in which so many women will be involved,” but she did not say exactly what she intends to do.

Museveni looks at women as a key constituency and the mention of a project that could further the women’s cause is likely to warm him up. Hersi was in 2008 named Best Woman Entrepreneur by the Uganda Investment Authority.

At the launch was a Somali choir which sang Museveni’s praises. A translation from one of the songs went: “You are the most educated among the people in the world. You are the wise of the times. You are the father of Africa. The Somali people are grateful to you. Museveni, you should know.”

Tenacious Hersi

But whereas there can be no denying that Hersi has benefited immensely from her association with politicians and big businesspeople, there must be something special about her.

Admassu Tadesse, the president of the PTA Bank, said at the launch of the apartments that Hersi “has a rare tenacity” which the bank looked to tap into by investing $16m (about Shs40b) in the $50m (about Shs125b) apartments project.

One of the synonyms of the word “tenacity” that pops up on my computer screen is “persistence”. And Tadesse is right if this is what he meant. Hersi refuses to give up when she is convinced that she is doing the right thing.

For example, she said at the launch of the apartments, she hopped from bank to bank seeking financing for two grand projects – the mall and the apartments – at the same time without substantial collateral.

Most banks advised her to pursue one project at a time, she said, but she rejected the advice. “I knew the two projects were different and they were both viable,” she said. She would move on to another bank until she got a positive response.

She was in bullish mood as she thanked the banks which “stood with me when I didn’t have anything,” all in the knowledge that she will find it easier to get financing for future projects now that she has seen grand projects through.

And she has guidelines in her dealings with banks: “Banks which have a lot of excuses; I don’t deal with them.” And, going by Hersi’s new profile, it is very likely that the banks won’t give her many excuses when she approaches them for future financing. If this prediction is true, then the story of the Somali woman who is taking Uganda’s real estate landscape by storm is just beginning to unfold.

Who is Amina Moghe Hersi?

Amina Hersi Moghe (Somali: Aamina Xirsi Mooge (b. 1964) is a Kenyan entrepreneur. She has launched several multimillion-dollar projects in Kampala, Uganda. Her investments include Oasis Shopping Mall in Kampala’s central business district and the Laburnam Courts Apartments, on Nakasero Hill adjacent to State House Kampala.

She has the first sugar factory in Northern Uganda. Atiak sugar factory which has not only brought revenue and development for the region but was championed as the first large scale industrial project for Northern Uganda.

She is also one of the city’s largest distributors of cement and other hardware materials. With a myriad of successful business throughout Uganda she is a beacon of hope and a motivating role model for the African girl child.

Biography

Amina was born in Bungoma in the east of Kenya, where her mother, Sarah Hersi Ali, is a prominent businesswoman. Adam Hersi Ali, her uncle, who was another inspirational pillar in Amina’s life, served as a Financial Secretary of Treasury in the Kenya’s Ministry of Finance in the late 1980s. As a young girl, Moghe and her sister regularly joined their family in the cross border trade between Kenya and Uganda. The two girls were sent to accounting school by their mother, where they built on their entrepreneurial skills. Having a strong entrepreneurial mother led her to be business savvy not afraid of make big business risk.

Her biggest risk was closing her successful hardware store in Bungoma Kenya and venturing in a start up business in Uganda after the stabilisation of the country in 1996. With no foundation set for her she used the skills she was taught to set up a hardware store in the bustling city of Kampala Uganda. This stride into the unknown was the first step of the enterprising woman she is today. [2]

Career

“It was a pleasant surprise and I’m grateful for the recognition. The award has really inspired me to do more in the coming years,” – Amina Moghe Hersi.

Moghe quickly adapted to her new environment and acted as a convenient link on the ground for her family’s commercial trade. She began expanding the family business and entered the real estate sector. Moghe would eventually become one of the wealthiest people in Uganda and come to own the Oasis Centre, a multimillion-dollar shopping mall complex and grand scale luxurious apartment Laburnam Courts that are both situated in the center of the capital. She also runs one of the largest distributors of cement and other hardware materials in the country. In 2008, Amina received the Woman Investor of the year Award for her large-scale projects that are changing Kampala’s skyline.

Recent developments

In 2016, Amina Hersi Moghe via her investment company, Horyal Investment Holding Company Limited began construction of Atiak Sugar Factory, in Atiak, Amuru District, Northern Uganda. The US$120 million project is expected to be ready in 2016, with commercial production expected in 2017.

This factory will be the first large scale industrial project in Northern Uganda. With the biggest benefactors being women who are working in conjunction with Amina in the factories development. Primarily as sugar cane out growers and main distributors of the final product once production begins. Over 6000 women are already directly and indirectly profiting from the factory even before its commencement.

Police releases Mitchell Hall rape suspect

Campus Bee - Mon, 04/24/2017 - 14:17
Mukyemu

Police have released Makerere University fourth year medical student, Jeremiah Mukyemu who was arrested after a girl fell off Mitchell Hall’s third floor on the Easter weekend.

Brenda Nakyejju jumped off Mukyemu’s room injuring her limbs and jaws after Mukyemu allegedly tried to rape her.

Now, Police says they can not hold Mukyemu any longer because of lack of sufficient evidence. Police says they held the victim beyond 48 hours as required by law but there is no evidence pinning the suspect.

“Since Mitchel Hall is a male students’ hall of residence, we want to establish what she was doing there in the night,” said Kampala Metropolitan spokesman Emilian Kayima adding that Mukyemu told police Nakyejju was actually his girlfriend, and the two had a cordial relationship. “We held the suspect beyond the 48 hours detention period because we had not yet got the victim’s side of the story, seeing as she was unconscious,” he said.

Nakyejju speaks out

“Jeremiah is not my boyfriend, he is just my friend, actually I had just known him for about a month,” Nakyejju said in an interview with Saturday Monitor.

“It was at around 5pm, I was planning to go home for Easter. Jeremiah called me asking me to visit him, I told him I would be going home, so I would only spend about 15 minutes at his place, which he agreed.

It was at around 5.30pm when I told him I was leaving. He locked me in the room and left, saying he would be back shortly, but he came back after an hour.

I think it was at around 9pm, I screamed asking for help because he wanted to rape me. He took my phone and switched it off and after locked the room and left

They told me he [Mukyemu] was arrested from here, I was unconscious at that time, I was even surprised he came around… what had he come to do… that monster?” she narrated.

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Shock Video: Black Woman Dancing Naked For Whites To Have Fun!

Howwebiz - Mon, 04/24/2017 - 13:45
Would you do this for money? ...

Four Perish in Masaka Road Accident

Howwebiz - Mon, 04/24/2017 - 13:42
Masaka road has made another massacres after four people died and 15 were injured in an accident at Kabira village, Kamengo, in Mpigi District on the Kampala-Masaka Highway last evening.

FDC’s Wanyera Vows To Fight ‘Sex For Marks’ In Makerere University

Campus Bee - Mon, 04/24/2017 - 13:16
Wanyera Simon

Over the years, Makerere University has been infamous for scandals of sexual harassment by lecturers on students, and another related vice which is generally termed as ‘sexual marks.’

Marks in Makerere have proven to be sexually transmitted: where lecturers bed the hottest and dumbest girls on campus, promising them to pass with flying colours (straight A+) in their course units.

Undoubtedly the most famous student at The Ivory Tower over the past half-a-decade, the self-proclaimed Revolutionary Son is a man of his words. He has always headlined the bloodiest strikes during his time in Makerere.

In the communiqué shared on Facebook, Wanyera tackled the most pressing issues in Makerere.

“Gallant Intellectuals
I salute you all, Gallant ladies and gentlemen of the Mighty Makerere University. I hope you are all well, beautiful people.
A lot has been said and done, to stop your voice from being heard. And that’s why you have heard many ill-talk the appointment that I have duly received. Those that attended with me my first ceremony as Academics Minister of the 83rd guild, must have witnessed the Mafia tremble when I spoke; when I swore to serve the interests of my bosses: you my people.
On that note I can reiterate my solemn promise, by saying that the I.Ds that the first year students paid for but never received, must be worked on with immediate effect. The transcripts that our elders have demanded for must be issued with immediate effect. The missing marks that demoralise us will become history — mark my words — and those lecturers that turned sexual marks into a compulsory course unit will rot where they belong: in Luzira!
WANYERA SIMON
ACADEMICS MINISTER, 83rd GUILD”

The replies he got were overwhelming, so we wish him good luck in his endeavours.

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Museveni hails Ethiopian town of Adwa

Howwebiz - Mon, 04/24/2017 - 13:15
President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni joined other African leaders and hundreds of people who gathered in Ethiopia’s Northern town of Adwa, to commemorate the defeat of Italian troops by Ethiopian forces in 1986.

‘Don’t feel suffering because of someone’s happiness’ – Uwera Tracy Borah

Show Biz - Mon, 04/24/2017 - 12:34

Socialite and humanitarian Uwera Tracy Borah has some kind words for those who suffer because of other peoples’ happiness.  Tracy while on her social media wall from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Netherlands said people who suffer when they others happy will never be happy.

“Those who suffer when seeing others happiness will never be happy,” Uwera Borah said.

‘Don’t cross oceans for people who won’t jump a puddle for you’ -Desire Luzinda

Show Biz - Mon, 04/24/2017 - 12:31

Curvy singer Desire Luzinda says there is a time when someone stops crossing oceans for people who can never be there for them. The ‘Kimala’ singer said this while posting on her wall and this is what she posted.

“There comes a time when you have to stop crossing oceans for people who won’t even jump a puddle for you,” Desire Luzinda posted.

MUBS Babe Blesses Instagram Followers With Morning Naughty Bed Selfie

Campus Bee - Mon, 04/24/2017 - 12:26

“Bitchy mornings” is a loud caption that screams off an almost nude photo of Kutu Breni, a Makerere University Business School [MUBS] student Instagram account.

With a bio like ” God lover..straight up and open to varieties…” you’d think Kutu is a straight up Holy babe- but the selfie she posted Monday morning disorganised her followers raising temperatures and causing myriads of oscillations in pants of many dudes. Well, with this extremely kinky photo, we may as well have a bitchy Monday.

Like Steve Maraboli put it, “there is nothing more rare, nor more beautiful, than a woman being unapologetically herself; comfortable in her perfect imperfection. To me, that is the true essence of beauty.”

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DStv set to overhaul kid’s village at Blankets and Wine

Show Biz - Mon, 04/24/2017 - 12:08

The anticipation for the 16th edition of Blankets and Wine is building up as DStv, the leading video entertainment company has further extended its partnership with this incredible social event slated for 30th April 2017 at Lugogo Cricket Oval. 

Unlike previous editions this time around children will enter the venue free of charge (before 2.30pm) courtesy of DStv. The ‘tots’ have more reason to smile as the Pay TV brand has pledged to completely overhaul the kids play area so that the kids can have a memorable experience in the DStv kid’s village. Children can braise themselves for exciting activities including sing along activities with Mickey and Minnie, face painting, puzzle challenges, a bouncing castle and a pinyata.

Phoebe Nakabazzi, marketing manager DStv also confirmed that the brand has all round activities for adults as well. She stated ‘We shall have an exclusive tent for our esteemed subscribers. We plan on submerging them in the world of entertainment seeing as the 30th April is jam packed with exciting content on our platform including Formula 1 and the Premier league. All this entertainment will be screened in our tent for our subscribers to enjoy’.

Nakabazzi added ‘We would also like to introduce our fantastic application called DStv Now that permits our active premium subscribers to enjoy television on their phones, on the GO. This application speaks to the changing lifestyle of our clients who have become increasing dependent on their mobile phones for everything – be it information, entertainment and education. So this application addresses that.  We will partner with ROKE telecom to provide data services for our customers to download and test the amazing features of our app’.

DStv will also be showcasing its High Definition Decoder – the Explora to its clientele and demonstrating its appealing features i.e. its ability to pause, rewind, forward live television to validate to customers how their high end product has revolutionized the TV viewing experience.

DStv continues boost the sought after Blankets and Wine event, amplifying entertainment by bringing showbiz closer to life for the fans.

Robin Kisti Parades Her Excited Nipplez!

Howwebiz - Mon, 04/24/2017 - 12:02
She decided to wear a very teeny top with no bra underneath.

 Nigerian Thief Terrorises Girls In Complex Hall

Campus Bee - Mon, 04/24/2017 - 11:59

Thursday night was the fortieth day for Favour Amariachi, a Nigerian kleptomaniac, who has made theft her livelihood. The girl is so talented to an extent that she seems to have Superglue greased all over her body: she never sits close to something valuable and it doesn’t stick to her when she leaves. She is such an ardent thief who steals anything; from money to clothes, bras and even knickers.

In just one semester, she has changed roommates a whooping four times: sometimes the victims get fed up of her ways and decide to leave, other times she uses her cunning tongue to convince the administration to drive out her roommate forever if she notices that they have realised her ways of stealing from them.
“We should chase her out of Complex!” shouted a reveller.

“In fact, we should first give her a good beating until she even forgets her ki annoying accent. She always makes other people suffer twice, by stealing their stuff and causing them to leave the room.”

However, the desires of the furious girls were not gotten, since those in charge acted swiftly and she was driven out of the room. Her victim, who already had a cannula on her hand, is still nursing a swollen hand and other injuries — which she obtained from the scuffle that ensued between her and the thief.

Campus Bee rebukes such vexatious acts of theft, but also appeals to you, the readers: never to indulge in mob justice.

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