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Spice Diana, Bishop Arnold Muwonge extend aid to late dancer’s children

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On Thursday 30th July 2020, Wakiso-based Bishop Arnold Muwonge through Spice Diana extended aid to the orphaned children of late dancer Nandundu Sylvia a.k.a Shortie in Kansanga.

In October 2017, Nandudu Sylvia, the distinctively short female dancer and comedian who appeared in a couple of Gravity Omutujju’s music videos, passed on at her home in Kibati, Kansanga, Makindye division.

A few artistes and associates of the late dancer have at times offered a helping hand to her surviving children who remained vulnerable after the sole provider of the family passed on.





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Katatumba tasks Daddy Andre to clear the air that they didn’t have sex

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Singer Angella Katatumba has asked multi-talented producer, singer, and songwriter Andrew Ojambo alias Daddy Andre to publicly clear the air about them not having sex during the two months that they dated.

While appearing on NBS TV’s UnCut Sabula show, Katatumba was pinned to stop lying to the public about the pair not having coitus despite spending nights together in the same apartments.



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KFM’s Doreen Nasasira oozes praise for her strong mother on IWD 2021

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KFM’s K-Zone presenter Doreen Nasasira is full of praise for her mother as she joins the rest of the world to celebrate International Women’s Day 2021.

International Women’s Day must feel like Christmas for many women. It is the day the world stops just to say “thank you” for all the efforts and sacrifices these ladies add to our lives.

Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!



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Bad Black’s understanding of feminism

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Former sex worker and celebrated socialite Bad Black, real name Shanitah Namuyimbwa, believes feminism is not about making women stronger but rather about changing the worlds perception on their strength.

Feminism is a social and political movement about changing the way people see male and female rights (mainly female), and campaigning for equal ones.

Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!



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