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PHOTOS: What You Missed At Zzina Carnival

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What: Galaxy FM Zzina Carnival

Where: Lido Beach

When: Sunday 6th May

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VIDEO: Mowzey Radio’s Last Studio Recording Session…

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Producer Crouch of Jeeb records has released fallen musician Moses Sekibogo alias Mowzey Radio’s last day in studio.

In the video, Radio looks to be in a jolly lively mood as he records a song in English and Swahili.

Below is the Video:

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The Significance Of Bobi Wine’s Afro Comb During His Freedom Online Show On Sunday…

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Many viewers of People Power presidential hopeful Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu alias Bobi Wine’s Freedom Show on Sunday afternoon saw him with an Afro comb in his hair but did not know it significance.

The Afro comb was not for swag, it is a huge political emblem and was a message to those he calls the oppressors.

Forty years ago, the Afro comb was worn in the hair not only as an adornment, but also as a political emblem and a signature of a collective identity. It was recognised as a way of saying no to oppression. Wearing the comb led to a kind of comradeship amongst those whose hair grows up and out, not down.

According to the Guardian, the Afro comb wasn’t very visible previously. And for this reason it has been assumed that the Afro comb was invented in the 1970s. But a new exhibition blows that myth out the water. The Afro comb dates back to ancient Egypt. The oldest comb from the collection is 5,500 years old.

The hundreds of combs on display show that over time the style hasn’t changed. The comb, sometimes called a pick, is commonly upright with long teeth. Sometimes a motif decorates the top. In ancient times it often referenced cultural belonging, and there are artifacts showing how people wore the comb in the hair. Time marches on and culture is always in transition. Now you know that Bobi’s comb was not for swagg but political.

 

By Sandra Mukisa 

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Urban TV Suspends Scoop On Scoop Show, Sheila Gashumba Busking Over Round One Win Against Tina Fierce….

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Socialite Sheila Gashumba is busking in the sun after winning the first round against Urban TV’s famous Scoop on Scoop presenter Tina Fierce.

Sheila’s hubby god’s Plan revealed last week that he had put aside a special budget to pay the best lawyer to put a stop on Scoop On Scoop.

“For two years now I have been thinking of how we can put a stop to this show that has continuously demeaned, insulted people etc!! I put a budget aside to pay the best lawyers!! Now let’s meet in court. #stopsocialmediabullyinguganda,” god’s plan tweeted.

Later through their lawyers Balondemu and Co. Advocates, the celebrity couple sent a notice of intention to sue giving Tina Fierce 14 days to apologise and retract her statements and also compensate them 400,000,000/= (Uganda Shillings Four Hundred Million) for the suffering the couple faced due to Tina’s utterances.

Later, Tina through the same show swore that even if it means walking to eternity on foot, she cannot apologise to Sheila and god’s plan.

This evening, Urban TV announced the suspension of Scoop on Scoop in what they termed as a “Season Break”.

Though it’s not yet clear whether Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) influenced the suspension, Sheila thanked the UCC ED.

“Thanks to Twitter, we kept tagging @UCC_Official and the UCC ED And today My lawyers had a successful meeting with the Senior Legal Officer Of @UCC_Official about the #SqoopandSqoop tv show!Thank you @UCC_Official  !! Thank you my twitter family!!” Sheila tweeted.


She added, “When a fellow woman demeans, insults and abuses fellow women; you say that the other women deserve it Flushed faceFlushed faceWhen a show of a woman who demeans and insults other women is suspended off TV; you now remember FEMINISM!!Why are people hypocrites!! God is watching!! Don’t forget.”

By Sandra Mukisa

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