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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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My best dish is pounded cassava leaves and gnuts

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It is always hard to find youths of this generation or millennials opting for local traditional foods as their best dishes.

However, Sanyu FM’s youthful “Breakfast” show host Eth Lawinsky proved that he does not belong to that group of millennials who regard themselves of the uptown class which doesn’t love local foods.

When asked to name his favorite dish, the “Mwoli” singer shocked the listeners and co-presenter Patrick Salvador when he ditched all the fancy and fast foods and revealed that his best dish is pounded cassava leaves and groundnuts.





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We need to get back to work; landlords have started kicking us out of houses – Deejays cry out to gov’t

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The entertainment industry is one of the sectors that was badly hit by the Covid 19 pandemic, with close to five months out of business Ugandan deejays have come out and asked government to allow them resume work like other sectors.

Through their social media platforms the deejays have started a campaign named ‘Save The Deejay’ demanding to get back to work.

“Five months, no work. Landlords have started kicking us out of houses; we can no longer put food on our tables because Ministry of Health thinks bars can’t follow SOPs. Has the Ministry even taken time off to come up with SOPs for Bars #We also want to get back to work,” Deejays shared on their media platforms.

In mid-March during one of the Presidential address on Covid 19, the President issued a directive banning all public gathering as one of the preventive measures to curb the rapid spread of the Coronavirus.

A move that financially strained the deejays since their livelihoods the bars and events were put on a standstill.



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Deedan Muyira crosses from Radio City to Sanyu FM

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Uganda’s oldest privately owned FM station Sanyu FM is very serious about regaining their number one spot in the country. As the station refreshes it’s programming and presenter line-up, the latest to join is Deedan Muyira who crosses over from Radio City.

Deedan made her first appearance on the station this morning. Deedan will join recently unveiled Yvonne Koreta and comedian Patrick Salvado Idringi to host the revamped Sanyu FM Breakfast Club.

Deedan is also a popular events host and actress.

Word from Sanyu FM is that Deedan is not the last recruit and other presenters will be unveiled soon. The new look Sanyu FM is being put together by new Programmes Director, radio veteran Roger Mugisha who started his journey on Sanyu FM 24 years ago.

The station management says the reformation of the station will see an addition of more exciting presenters with more exciting personalities and rebranding some of the shows to give listeners a fresh experience.

The management is also looking at leading the line-up and waking up listeners to informative discussion, quality news and compelling analysis and getting listeners up-to-speed with the biggest stories of the day and setting up the week with intelligent conversation and features.



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