Dj Maker Breaker Teams Up with Karole Kasita in Mbelamu Hit Song

Mbelamu

Uganda’s female dancehall queen Karole Kasita has teamed up with Dj Maker Breaker to release one of the best if not the best dancehall song for the year 2021 dubbed Mbelamu (Mbeelamu). The singer took the announcement on her official socials and revealed that the project will be out by 8pm on Sunday. Download mp3 Here Details to follow… ALSO,…

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Alexander-Arnold admits mediocre England performances

Trent Alexander-Arnold says his recent England performances have been “mediocre”. He claims that he has not done enough to justify a regular place in the starting line-up. The Liverpool right-back was dropped from the Three Lions squad in March. Although he was included in Gareth Southgate’s Euro 2020 squad, a thigh injury in a warm-up game against Austria caused him to…

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Radamel Falcao joins Rayo Vallecano

Colombia striker Radamel Falcao has completed his move to Rayo Vallecano after leaving Galatasaray on Wednesday. The 35-year-old returns to Spain’s La Liga eight years after he left Atletico Madrid for Monaco. With Atletico, Falcao won the Copa del Rey, Europa League and Uefa Super Cup. He joined Monaco in 2013 and had loan spells with Manchester United and Chelsea…

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Ugandans on the spot for using trafficked persons as labour

trafficked persons as labour

Ugandans have been put on the spotlight by the Criminal Investigations Directorate for using transnational trafficked persons as labour. According to Charles Twine the CID’s spokesperson, Investigations are to be launched into this vice and whoever shall be found guilty of in deed hiring trafficked persons shall be subjected to the law. Additionally, he said that there are cases of…

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Mandatory covid-19 testing for travelers postponed for 2 weeks

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Government of Uganda has postponed mandatory covid-19 testing for incoming passengers for the next two weeks. Initially, the mandatory covid-19 testing was meant to have kicked off today, 3rd September, however, thanks to the uproar from people that frequent travel, it has been postpone for two weeks. This was confirmed by the Ministry of Health spokesperson, Emmanuel Ainebyoona as he…

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Dr. Muyingo eliminates possibility of schools opening this month

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Minister of Higher education, Dr. John Chrysestom Muyingo has eliminated truth from the media rumour that schools will reopen this September. Unlike the media claims, Dr. Muyingo disclaimed this information while speaking at the release of the Uganda Business and Technical Examinations stating that the possibility of opening schools were slim. Prior to this, speculations had spread all over media…

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