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Gospel Music face Levixone demands compensation from Government

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Gospel music in Uganda is currently defined by Levixone.

Ugandan gospel musician Levixone is demanding compensation from the Government to cover up for the costs he incurred in organizing his concert that was scheduled to happen at Namboole stadium in December 2020 but got canceled due to Covid-19.

Levixone’s concert was scheduled for 12th December 2020 but because of the Covid-19 outbreak, concerts and public gatherings were put on hold to curb the spread of the virus. Levixone is hopeful that as soon as the virus is dealt with, his concert will be the very first to happen at Namboole Stadium that accommodates up to 46,000 people. “The moment we are cleared and given a go-ahead to go back on stage, Namboole will be the very first concert the industry will experience,” he said.

The gospel music gladiator claimed he had already paid some service providers lots of money, meaning there’s no return on investment. “If there is any compensation plan towards the people who were affected by the coronavirus pandemic, I deserve to be helped too. I may not have come out to speak on it because I’m a very peaceful person but if they are to compensate, I think I should be given some. I had one of the biggest concerts planned in the country in Namboole and I had paid each and everything,” Levixone said during an interview.



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Ronald Sebuguzi receives boost ahead of the World Rally Championship

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Vivo Energy Retail Manager Alvin Bamutire officially flags off Ronald Sebuguzi after he received his cash sponsorship worth UGX25 million ahead of the World Rally Championship (WRC) Safari Rally 2021 that will be taking place in Nairobi, Kenya.

Vivo Energy Retail Manager Alvin Bamutire officially flags off Ronald Sebuguzi after he received his cash sponsorship worth UGX25 million ahead of the World Rally Championship (WRC) Safari Rally 2021 that will be taking place in Nairobi, Kenya.

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Shell V-Power has announced a UGX25 million cash sponsorship towards three-time Uganda National Rally Champion, Ronald Sebuguzi.

Sebuguzi is one of four rally drivers to qualify for the World Rally Championship (WRC) Safari Rally 2021, which will take place in Nairobi, Kenya.

“I appreciate Ronald and his fellow drivers for the hard work they have continuously put in the game. Shell V-Power is proud to be part of the journey, working with champions like Ronald Sebuguzi. Through this sponsorship, we are fueling his ambitions to represent our country at this prestigious motorsport event,” said Mark Mutungi Fuels Manager, Vivo Energy Uganda.

The June 24 – 27 event is back on the FIA World Rally Championship calendar after a 19-year absence. It was regarded as one of motorsport’s most prestigious and celebrated events of its time before it departed the series in 2002.

“I look forward to representing my country at this prestigious motor-sporting event. I am grateful to Shell V-Power for the support that they have offered to me through the years as a professional racer. I have, for the past 10 years, used Shell V Power which has a high-octane level that maximizes the performance of my car making it a road warrior,” Sebuguzi said.

In Uganda, Shell V-Power has a long-standing history of supporting and contributing to the growth of racing through sponsorships of rallying talent and sporting events that include the National Rally Championships, Pearl of Africa Rally, Kabalega rally and the National Motocross championships.

“We reiterate our commitment to growing rallying and racing as a sport in Uganda through offering support to both the drivers and the sporting events. This year, that will be no different,” Mr Mutungi added.





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Zahara Totto’s ex Don Solomon arrested again, to be charged with fraud

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Zahara Totto’s ex-lover Don Solomon is behind the coolers again for fraudulent activities and theft which were allegedly committed from Speke Hotel in Munyonyo.

Tony Taban Sulaiman Malish a.k.a Don Solomon was arrested again on allegations of impersonation, accumulative debts, and Electronic Fraud.

According to Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson ASP Luke Owoyesigyire, Don Solomon was arrested over fresh allegations of fraud and theft from Speke Hotel Munyonyo.

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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GIWUNYE! Poliisi yetoonze ku bikolwa by’omusirikale waabwe, akwattiddwa abitebye mu bwangu

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Poliisi olunnaku olw’eggulo ku Lwomukaaga yakutte omu ku baddereeva ku misango gy’okweyambisa emmotoka ya Poliisi okutambuza abantu, ekintu ekiyinza okusasaanya Covid-19.
Okusinzira ku mwogezi wa Poliisi mu ggwanga Fred Enanga, ddereeva Sgt Christopher Opio, yakwattiddwa.
Enanga agamba nti Sgt. Opio okweyambisa emmotoka ya Poliisi okutambuza abantu, yagyemedde ebirabiro by’omukulembeze w’eggwanga lino Yoweri Kaguta Museveni n’eminisitule y’ebyobulamu eby’okulwanyisa Covid-19.
Vidiyo ya Sgt. Opio yatambudde ku mikutu migatta bantu n’okusingira ddala ogwa Face Book era Enanga asabye abantu okwongera okuyamba ku Poliisi okukwata vidiyo ku bantu abegumbulidde okumenya amateeka.
Sgt. Opio wakutwalibwa mu kakiiko ka Poliisi akakwasisa empisa n’amateeka era singa emisango gimukka mu vvi, ayinza okugobwa mu Poliisi.
Ku lunnaku Olwokutaano, Pulezidenti Museveni yayimiriza emmotoka zonna okutambuza abantu okumala ennaku 42 nga kyakoleddwa okuyambako mu kutangira Covid-19 okusasaana.



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