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I Cannot Fight To Be President Even Though I Have The Money, I Just Rare Money Like Animals And The President Respects Me – Bryan White

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Pencil thin city socialite Brian Kirumira alias Bryan White has said that despite the fact that he has money, he cannot fight for presidency.

The skinny socialite stormed Facebook today and recorded a video of himself parading bundles of cash in notes of 50,000 and 20,000. In the video, Bryan White said he cannot involve himself in the presidency fracas even though he has the money. “I cannot come out and fight for presidency because I have alot of money, but my money can be of great impact to the country,” he said.

He further urged Ugandans to work hard and avoid joining political band wagons. Bryan White also called upon Ugandans to stop blaming President Museveni for their poverty: “The problem is not with Museveni, it is with Ugandans and the people who work with him.”

“I just rare money like animals and the President respects me because I am a business man so don’t compete with me,” he swanked.

He urged Ugandans to start planning for their own lives because they will not depend on anyone. He told them to learn to appreciate people who are better than them and probably start working with them in order to have a better and peaceful life. He called upon Ugandans to work together with him to develop the country.

“No government will come knocking on your doors giving out money, the president is not the problem, the problem is with us Ugandans and the people who work with President Museveni, we have to work hard together and see ourselves through, the president will not reach everywhere, he won’t solve everyone’s problems because in my opinion he’s already working hard for the well-being of this country,” White said.

He disclosed that his team (Bryan white foundation) is going back to Arua for four months to continue empowering the youth, after, they will go to Busia for another four months and help the youths there overcome poverty.

 

By Monica Atwiine

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American Businessman Splashes 800 Million On Ugandan Babe In luxurious wedding

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American businessman Stephen Fredrick Dutton has splashed over Shs800 million on Ugandan born Rita Namanda Dutton in a lavish wedding at Speke Resort Munyonyo.

Dutton who hails from the Islands of Bermuda met Namanda at Barmuda where she was working as a watress in one of the luxurious hotels there.

Dutton was accompanied by his relatives Ben Miller, Rosemary Miller  and Adam Dutton all the way from England.

CBS presenters Patrico Majjuka and Abbey Mukiibi were the MCs at the wedding.

“We did not hold any meetings we came loaded and just got service providers. It all went well with the breeze of  Lake Victoria,” Namanda told the Grapevine.

Former Buganda Kingdom minister in-charge of protocol Owek. Kabuuza Mukasa was among the guests.

By Doreen Menezer

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PHOTOS YOU MISSED: How Babes Paraded Juicy Bodies And Thrilled Revelers At Roast And Rhyme 10th Edition

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Roast and Rhyme returned for the tenth edition at Jahazi Pier, Munyonyo on Sunday 30th June 2019 and it sold out.

June’s event featured different talented Ugandans led by Uganda’s Music doctor Joseph Mayanja alias Jose Chameleone, Giovanni Kiyinji, Tamba, Sam Kimera among others.

Held under the theme, “Story Tellers Edition,” the event attracted a host of Kampala’s top queen and king ‘slayers’ who enjoyed live music as they roasted their meat and downed it with the plentiful liquor supply all the while reveling in the cool breeze accorded by the lake.

By Doreen Menezer

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How Can Disorganized People Take Power, When Bobi Wine Is Not Around, There Is No People Power – Full Figure Punches Holes In Kyagulanyi’s Movement

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People Power movement female General Jennifer Nakabuubi alias Full Figure has blasted people power leadership and followers branding them noise makers and not actors.

Full Figure said that she thought that as a movement that is fighting for change, they were on the same page of ousting president Museveni with her colleagues but she has realized some members are using the movement for personal gains. “I have realised you have your own intentions, you see everyone as a bad person, everyone as a thief I don’t even know how people power members are selected and how they look like,” she said.

“I was surprised when we were going to visit Bajjo and we couldn’t even make 30 people. Even the people who were there, who call themselves people power follower, it was me who paid them. I had to pay journalists and feed them until I ran out of money,” she added.

She said, “there is no communication among people power members, you don’t call people, when Bobi Wine is not in the country no one does anything. Last time they arrested me, people attacked me instead. You are only good at slaying and taking selfies. When Bobi Wine is not in the country you cannot even see people like Eddie Mutwe.”

By Doreen Menezer

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