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Photos: How Nile Special beer ended up on the top of Mt. Rwenzori

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Many of us love Nile Special beer, sometimes more than we should and it is okay. Given that we have been in lockdown for a long time, we oftentimes we find ourselves with a bottle in the awkwardest of places. I know you agree.

For one lucky Nile Special customer, who went hiking, with his Nile in hand, thirst is the last thing on his mind right now as he could get big rewards from the makers of the beer that is from the source of the Nile River – Nile Special.

Anthony Natif who is a member of Mountain Slayers Ug a group that loves mountain peaks and everything outdoors, went for a hike on top of the Rwenzori Mountain. Being a Nile Special lager guy, he didn’t leave his brown bottle behind. When he reached the highest point on Rwenzori Mountain National park called Margherita peak (5109M, 1676FT), he pulled out his bottle and took the most amazing photos. That is how a Nile Special ended up at the top of Mt. Rwenzori which got the internet talking.

Although hikers are not allowed to drink on top of the mountain for obvious reasons, Anthony seized the opportunity to show off his Made of Uganda favourite beer in a place where many have never reached. Here are the awesome moments.





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Emma Carlos and Innocent Nahabwe weigh in on paying for Ugandan music

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There is currently a big debate on going whether is it the right time to pay for Ugandan music.

According to Galaxy FM and 911 CEO Innocent Nahabwe believes that the industry is still too young to sell music and the market is not yet ready to buy music at the moment.

He adds that free music is what has enabled thousands of artists to breakthrough.

He reasons that basing on the fact that he is in the media business, Nahabwe explains that if music was for sale, no one or very few would have bought upcoming artist’s music.

“The availability of free music is what has enabled thousands of artists to to breakthrough. No one or very few would have bought upcoming artists music”.

However, talent manager Emmanuel ‘Carlos’ Mulondo is optimistic about the idea of selling music at the moment.

He purports that in this day and age, it isn’t wise at all to give out music or any content for free of charge.

“I won’t support the notion of giving out music or any other content for free. Let’s assume from 2000 – 2020 was when we were giving out free music to attract consumers, now it is time our content be appreciated and consumed and it is time to commercialize, period!Nonetheless, they both agreed on the idea of commercializing the industry calling upon stakeholders to work hand-in-hand with artists in commercializing digital platforms so as to conclude that it is time to commercialize.





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Singer Chris Johnz leading polls for Luwero Mayoral race

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Singer Chris Johnz who earlier this year announced how he is contesting for Luwero Town Mayor is currently leading the polls according to the survey done in Lowero by our analysts

The singer who is also the official flag bearer for NUP in Luwero seems to be the people’s favorite due to the support is shown during his outreaches both on ground and online

Even before officially coming out to reveal how he is contesting, Chris Johnz aka Buwembo John used to do outreaches and charities giving back to the people of Luwero a thing that won him a place in many people’s hearts

If all goes as predicted, Chris John might be the next Mayor of Luwero town come 2021





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AWEDDE! Ebya Mathew Kanyamunyu ne kabiite we Cynthia Munangwari bibize, kkooti erangiridde ekiddako

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Kkooti enkulu mu Kampala eyongezaayo okuwuliriza emisango gyanagomola egisukka 40 egibadde gitandiika enkya ya leero.

Omulamuzi Stephen Mubiru abadde ali mu ntekateeka okuwuliriza emisango egyo mu nnaku 45 wabula emisango gyongezeddwayo okutuusa nga 27, omwezi guno.

Okusinzira ku mwogezi w’ekitongole ekiramuzi Jameson Karemani, kkooti yabadde esuubira okufuna ensimbi okutekateeka okuwuliriza emisango egyo, ekitaasobose nga balina okwongezaayo newankubadde agaanye okwatuukiriza omuwendo gwa ssente ogwetaagisa.

Egimu ku misango egibadde girindiriddwa okutandiika enkya ya leero, omusango gw’obutemu Mathew Kanyamunyu gw’aliko ne kabiite we Cynthia Munangwari ne muganda we Joseph Kanyamunyu ogw’okutta eyali omulwanirizi w’eddembe ly’abaana Kenneth Akena.

Akena yattibwa nga 12, November, 2016 ku Shoprite e Lugogo nga yakubwa amasasi era kigambibwa Kanyamunyu yamukuba olw’okukolobola emmotoka ye.



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