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Eddy Kenzo returns to Uganda today

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Singer Edrisah Musuuza alias Eddy Kenzo must be smiling ear to ear after Uganda Airlines last evening confirmed that he will be onboard and returning back home today.

Kenzo first sounded to doubt his return as he posted saying; “I will only believe that I am returning after board the plane.”

Uganda Airlines through its official twitter account replied to the singer; “Hello Eddy Kenzo, welcome aboard- Abidjan to Entebbe.”

The BET award winner has been stranded in Ivory Coast for the last four months. This was after President Museveni cancelled all passenger flights coming to Uganda due to fear of the spread of coronavirus.

Kenzo travelled to perform at the Masa Fest on March 16 2020. After his performance, the ‘Semyekozo’ hit maker chose to stay behind to finish up some projects and just when he thought about flying back to the country, the ban had already  been issued.

Following various outcries from Kenzo and other Ugandans who were stranded outside Uganda, government decided to carry out a repatriation exercise.

It is in this second phase of the exercise that Kenzo has got chance to return home.

As per guidelines, the singer will have to be quarantined for at least 14 days.



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Bar owners ask gov’t to allow them operate, pledge to keep customers safe

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The owners of bars and entertainment places in Uganda have asked government to allow them to open with strict adherence to the Covid 19 SOPs as prescribed by the Ministry of Health.

At a press conference held at Atmosphere Lounge in Kololo this morning, the association Public Relations Officer (PRO) Mr. Patrick Musinguzi said that the bars have the capacity to implement the required SOPs and protect its employees and customers from the COVID-19 epidemic and can therefore, be open with strict preconditions.

“We are aware that COVID 19 is serious and applaud President Yoweri Museveni and the government for the measures put in place to protect the lives of Ugandans. We realize that this epidemic is not ending soon. Our members wish to make a plea to government that we will do everything they require of us to keep customers safe when we are opened,” Mr. Musinguzi said.

 George Waiswa the association Secretary General said bars and restaurants remain one of the biggest employers of youths in this country with over 2 million people employed as cleaners, bouncers, service people, chefs, accountants, store people, security and over 2.5 million people in the supply chain.

 Bars are a key player in the hospitality industry which sustains over 6.3 million people in form of ripple effect to manufacturers, grain farmers, contracted distributors and stockiest plus all their beneficiaries.

 “All these people are now suffering. Their families are suffering because they are out of work. Most don’t have any other skill. It’s a risk for our young generation who constitute the biggest percentage of our employees. This is especially a challenge for some of the females who are single parents” He added.



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Zari Hassan oozes sexy & success as she nears 40th birthday

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Successful, Sexy, Smart and so much more is how one would describe Zarinah Tlale a.k.a Zari Hassan a.k.a The Bosslady who turns forty years old on September 23rd 2020.

A Ugandan Singer, Socialite, Influencer, Businesswoman and most importantly a Mother – Zari Hassan will be climbing to the 40th floor of life tomorrow.

For all she has achieved, Zari has used her influence to inspire several other people through her businesses which include the Brooklyn City Colleges in South Africa and her widely followed social media platforms.



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Feffe Bussi’s sister bedridden for kidney failure, needs transplant

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During service at Pastor Wilson Bugembe’s church in Nansana on Sunday, rapper Feffe Bussi almost broke down as he narrated how her sister is ailing from kidney failure and needs a transplant.

The past few months have seen Nansana-based Worship House Church leader Pastor Willison Bugembe host different celebrities during his Sunday services.

The past week, he hosted Jose Chameleone who made news headlines when he broke down while sharing his prophecy thanking God for the gift of life in reference to when he fell off a building and broke his legs.



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