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AUDIO! Katikkiro Mayiga azzeemu okuwa Bobi Wine oba Lukwago amagezi ku ky’okufuna obuwagizi mu Buganda ku bwa Pulezidenti, tetwagala bakulembeze banafu

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Katikkiro wa Buganda Charles Peter Mayiga azzeemu okuvaayo ku nsonga z’okulonda omukulembeze w’eggwanga mu kulonda kwa 2021.

Mu kwogerako eri Obuganda ekiro kya leero, Katikkiro agamba nti Abaganda betegese bulungi nnyo okuwagira omuntu yenna omwetegefu okuwagira n’okuteeka mu nkola Ssemasonga ettaano.

Agamba nti Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu amanyikiddwa nga Bobi Wine, Mugisha Muntu oba Erias Lukwago singa yesimbawo ku bwa Pulezidenti n’abalala balina okuvaayo okulaga webayimiridde ku nsonga za Buganda, abantu betegefu okulondako omuntu omutuufu, “Ssemasonga ettaano ly’ekkubo eritutwala gyetwagala okugenda era ku ntikko gyetwagala Buganda Kingdom okutuuka. Omuntu abeere n’emmere omumala n’affisa nako n’aguza nammwe. Abantu balina okubeera n’eddembe lyabwe nga teri abakuba ku nsoloboto. Ensonga Ssemasonga Ettano (Ebyaffe) kwe kukuuma n’okutaasa Nnamulondo, federo, ettaka, okukola obutaweera n’Obumu, byetwetaaga mu Buganda, abantu ba Buganda balonde omuntu agenda okulwanirira ensonga Ssemasonga Ettaano. Njagala munnabyabufuzi aveeyo nti agenda kulwanirira Federo, ekitiibwa kya Kabaka tulabe oba abantu tebabalonde. Tetwagala bakulembeze banafu. Eyesimbyewo aveeyo atubulire waayimiridde ku nsonga za Buganda ssemasonga ettano”.

Ate ku nsonga ezisinze okuvaakko embeteza ku ttaka mu Uganda, Katikkiro Mayiga agambye nti, ” Obunafu mu Poliisi bungi mu kunonyereeza ku nsonga z’ettaka, Obunafu obuli mu Kkooti bungi. Lwaki Kkooti tekutula nsonga z’ettaka mu budde?, Obuvuyo mu woofiisi y’ettaka bungi ddala, Abantu beeyongedde nnyo mu Uganda ate ettaka teryengodde ate likaddiye ne Okuyingiza eby’obufuzi mu nsonga z’ettaka kireese obuzibu ku ttaka. Ettaka mu Buganda lyeririiko akaliibwa kubanga mu Buganda weewali buli kimu”.

Eddoboozi lya Katikkiro




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11 Mistakes You Might Be Making While Shaving ‘Down There’

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Afraid of hot wax coming anywhere near your bikini area? We hear you!

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Martha Kay and Ykee Benda

While bikini waxing is something best left to professionals, you can certainly try shaving your bikini area at home if you want it to be more groomed and tidy!

Here are some mistakes to avoid while shaving your bikini area… Have a smooth shave!

1. Not trimming your hair

Your hair should ideally be 1/4th of an inch long. Always make sure that you don’t shave when your hair is at its maximum length, instead, use a trimmer to trim it down to the optimum length before shaving. This will make for an easier shave and less effort on your part.

2. Not soaking before shaving

Before shaving, soak yourself in lukewarm water for five to ten minutes. Doing so open pores and softens hair, making hair removal that much easier.

3. Not exfoliating

Exfoliating beforehand can really help give you a smoother shave. Make sure you use a gentle scrub on your bikini area a few hours before you shave to eliminate dead skin cells and reduce chances of ingrown hairs.

4. Using a blunt razor

Never ever make the mistake of using an old or blunt razor for shaving down there. Blunt razors can cause chafing and lead to ingrown hairs. We suggest you save your old razors for shaving less sensitive areas like your arms and legs. Also, if you notice rust on the blade, throw the razor away ASAP!

5. Using a razor with only one blade

A lot of women’s razors have only one blade. Not only does this make shaving more difficult, it can also lead to cuts and bruises. Our advice to you is to get a razor with two or three blades and a moisturizing strip for a closer and smoother shave.

6. Using harsh soaps

While you can use shaving creams, soaps or even hair conditioner while shaving, your bikini area is extra sensitive and requires some extra TLC. Stay away from harsh soaps and scented shaving creams. Instead, invest in good, unscented shaving lotion or cream.

7. Shaving against the direction of hair growth

You should always shave in the direction that your hair is growing in. Shaving in the opposite direction can give rise to those annoying red bumps and lead to irritated skin – something you definitely don’t want down there!

8. Pressing the razor down

Don’t do it! We know it’s tempting to press the razor down and shave with some pressure, but that can actually lead to cuts and bruises. Gently glide the razor over the skin instead of pressing it down for a safe shave!

9. Not using enough shaving cream

Don’t make the mistake of shaving dry skin. Use plenty of shaving cream before you use a razor, and make sure you reapply as and when needed. After shaving, make sure you use baby oil or an unscented lotion to moisturize the area.

10. Not holding your skin tight

Your skin down there is soft and sensitive. To get a closer shave to reduces chances of cuts, you need to hold it taut before you shave. This will ensure you don’t end up with any painful cuts!

11. Wearing tight clothes afterwards

Avoid wearing tight clothes for at least a couple of days after shaving. Let your skin breathe in soft cotton panties and avoid any rough and synthetic fabrics that can irritate your delicate skin.

 



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Speaker Rebecca Kadaga directs review of taxes on textile following traders’ outcry

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Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga has met with the United Textile Group and Manufacturers’ Association at Nakivubo, downtown Kampala.

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The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga has directed the Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development to review taxes on imported textile, following uproar from traders who said the new tax regime is prohibitive.

In a meeting with the United Textile Group and Manufacturers’ Association at Nakivubo, downtown Kampala, Kadaga said it is unacceptable for such taxes to be levied on traders struggling to recover from the adverse effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.

“What surprised me is that they moved from metres to kilogramme; the people who bring such policies come from Ministry of Finance; these traders are not a threat to any industry here because there is no factory that manufactures jeans, or the things that there traders make,” said Kadaga.

It is wrong, she said, to burden people with such taxes when they are coming from severe lockdown.

“People have just come from the Covid-19 lockdown and they have no rent, no salaries, why do you strangle them?” she asked.

In amendments introduced to the Excise Duty (Amendment) Act, 2020, government proposed to up the taxes on textiles coming into the country to 25 per cent or at US$5 per kilogramme, whichever is higher.

The move was intended to protect the local textile industry, but it was not long before traders rejected the measure, saying they import textile that is not manufactured locally and that they add value on it for onward export to other countries.

Government then gave traders a grace period of three months, which would make the taxes effective on the 1st of October 2020.

Mr Fahad Ssembajjwe, a member of the Association, criticised the move.

“The Ugandan companies produce only cotton materials; when we give them orders, they instead buy them from China,” he said.

Ssembajjwe said the new tax measures mean a container that originally paid Shs100 million in taxes is now condemned to pay Shs 800 million, a move he said can only be intended to drive them out of business.

Brigdet Mwagale, the secretary to the group, also added her voice by asking for a grace period of about five years from the tax body to help the traders get acquainted with these amendments.

Mr Kisitu Kigozi, the Assistant Commissioner for Trade at the Uganda Revenue Authority, said the taxman is only acting on laws as relayed through their line ministry, Finance.

MP Muhammad Nsereko (IND, Kampala Central), said the taxes are insensitive to the plight of the traders.

“This tax should be stopped immediately; this is being unfair to the downtrodden and the tax offends the principles of taxation by being uncertain; how do you tax someone from Shs100 million to Shs 800 million post lockdown,” he said.

Speaker Kadaga said she will bring the matter up for discussion in Parliament for a lasting solution.





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NTV’s Lynda Ddane Puts Her Massive ‘Goal Post’ On Display, Gives Her Male Fans And Followers A Sleepless Night

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Stunning, juicy and bummy Media personality Lynda Ddane proudly wears a wide smile almost each time the camera rolls and she looks flawlessly cute.

Lynda Ddane
Lynda Ddane

Call it diastema or goal post or whatever! Lynda calls it alluring! The massive but natural gap in between her upper front teeth could as well be a thing close to her trademark looks. That is the face of NTV The Beat show currently.

Each time you see her on set, you’re forced to forget about your worries because of her bubbly character and smiley face. She just knows how to set the mood right for everyone even without saying anything.

she proudly wears her smile on set
she proudly wears her smile on set

Yesterday she put her massive Goal post on display, causing her male fans and followers to speak in tongues. “Good night ba mikwano mbagala bingi bingi”, she captioned the sensational pic which might have left many horny guys sleepless. 

Good night ba mikwano💋 mbagala bingi bingi.

Posted by Lynda Ddane on Tuesday, September 22, 2020





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