Connect with us
  • CELEBRITY GOSSIP

    She Told Me To Keep Tapping Her Body To Make Sure She Is Still Alive – Best Friend Narrates Muhoozi Project Gal Posher’s Last Moments And How She Died Mysteriously….

    Published

    on

    The late Ahereza Posher

    It was a sombre mood for the family and friends of 20-year-old Ahereza Posher, who passed away on Sunday, 5th, June, at around 9:30pm at Middle East Hospital in Bugolobi.

    The sudden death of Ahereza, who was a second-year student at Makerere University Business School (MUBS), pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Procurement and Supply Management, shocked many because hours before her death, she was very fine posting and enjoying her Snapchat.

    Posher’s best friend, who was with her up to the time she breathed her last told theGrapevine that she developed a simple stomachache last week which kept recurring for three consecutive days.

    “Posher developed a stomach ache for three consecutive days which caused constant vomiting. When it persisted, she called her uncle Mr. Byokunda Spero and told him how she was feeling. Her uncle told her to go to Middle East Hospital in Bugolobi for checkup.

    “When we went to hospital, the doctors checked for malaria and typhoid which she didn’t have but decided to put her on drip since she was dehydrated due to the constant vomiting.

    “Posher was very fine despite the pain in the stomach because even on the hospital bed, she kept taking pictures and recording snapchat videos. She was chatting with her sisters on WhatsApp requesting them to come see her because her drip had taken long and she was bored,” a friend, who preferred to stay anonymous, and was with her throughout her final earthly journey narrated to theGrapevine.

    She further told this website that when the drip was done, they decided to go back to the apartments where they resided in Nakawa.

    They ordered for a Uber which drove them from the hospital to the apartments.

    Her best friend divulged that as soon as they reached their apartment, Posher started feeling the pain in the stomach again and this time it was worse. She decided to call another Uber to rush them to hospital.

    “On our way to hospital, Posher seemed not fine at all because she started gasping for breath. On our way, she suddenly told me that she ‘missed a moment’ meaning she lost memory of what had happened a few minutes back.

    “She later told me to keep tapping her everywhere to keep her awake and make sure she is still alive.”

    Posher’s friend also revealed that when they reached the hospital, Posher was still fighting to breathe. Doctors rushed her to a room to receive further medical attention.

    With tears rolling down her eyes, Posher’s best friend narrated that the deceased could not stop telling her to tap her everywhere so that she could keep awake because she kept forgetting ‘missing moments’ .

    “Just like that, Posher died and left me tapping on her,” she added.

    Posher’s death however left many questions with few answers because no one had a proper explaination on what exactly killed her.

    As the shocking news got to family and friends, it was a sombre moment with everyone wondering what had killed the young girl.

    Social media was filled with rumours of her being poisoned by a friend.

    The parents of the deceased however went silent on the matter while they waited for postmortem results.

    The results indicated that she had a blood clot in her heart which stopped the flow of blood into her heart.

    BACKGROUND

    Posher was born in Bugarihe village, Kazo district in 2001. She went to Seeta High School for her O’level and St. Mary’s Kitende for her A’level.

    At the time of her death, Posher was an active member of Team Chairman, that is promoting the Muhoozi Project.

    She joined National Resistance Movement (NRM) in 2021 where she was involved in NRM projects and was among the top campaign managers for President Museveni.

    She later joined Team Chairman MK Project because of the love she had for the party and started participating in all projects from Lt. Gen. Muhoozi Kainerugaba’s birthday as an usher who welcomed many with a beautiful smile during the celebrations.

    Speaking at the vigil in Bugolobi, at the home of Posher’s uncle’s home on Monday, Micheal Nuwagira alias Toyota, the chairperson of Team Chairman told mourners that Posher was his very good friend who loved to serve and was always available.

    Team Chairman gave Shs.5m condolence and offered to provide free transport for whoever needed to go for the burial.

    Posher was buried today in Bugarihe village, Kazo district on Wednesday.

     

    By Kalamira Hope

    Comments

    CELEBRITY GOSSIP

    PHOTOS: I’M IN LOVE WITH LEVIXONE: Desire Luzinda Reveals How She Almost Missed out On Hubby’s Concert…

    Published

    on

    Renowned musician Desire Luzinda revealed how she almost missed out on lover Levixone’s concert.

    Desire made these remarks yesterday at Kololo Airstrip during Sam Lucus alias Levixone’s concert dubbed ‘Mbeera Genesis.’

    Desire revealed that the devil almost stopped her from attending the concert because they were chased off the first flight after they were told that the aircraft had issues.

    Speaking about her relationship with Levixone, Desire confessed that it is true the two are in a relationship insisting that whatever they saw in the video and pictures was true.

    Asked about her daughter’s relationship Michelle with Sam Mayanja alias Chameleon’s son, Abba following allegations that the two had some chemistry, Desire refused to speak about the allegation and immediately got into her car.

    During the performance, Levixone was the first on stage and later invited his lover, Desire Luzinda who later led the congreggation in a worship session.

    “Allow me introduce to you the most important human in my life, I welcome the woman of God, Desire Luzinda,” Levixone said.

    Stunning Desire however left many excited with the way she was dressed and how she powerfully led them in worship.

    The concert also attracted a number of Gospel musicians who included; Betty Namaganda, Carol Budhuwike, Sseku Martin, Pastor Miriam Warugaba, Desire Luzinda, Pastor Jeff Komagum- Dj Languna from Gulu.

    Other musicians included; Pastor Wilson Bugembe, Bebe Cool and Wendi from Malawi.

    Towards the end of the concert, Levixone asked revellers to stretch their hands and pray for the proprietor of Salt Media and House of Prayer Ministries International (HPMI) lead pastor, Aloysuis Bujjingo.

    Pr. Bujjingo went on his knees as revellers stretched their hands towards him and prayed for God to bless him.

    Pr. Bujjingo is Levixone’s spiritual father and it is alleged when he (Levixone) fell in love with Desire, he told Bujjingo who vowed to support him until the two walk down the aisle.

    By Joel Wansaale

    Comments

    Continue Reading

    CELEBRITY GOSSIP

    PICTURES: I Have Not Come To Steal Muzaata’s Wealth: How Kluthum’s Introduction Left Many In Awe; New Lover Warns Haters…

    Published

    on

    Muzaata's widow Kluthum introducing her new husband Akram

    Dr. Kulthum Nabuunya, the widow to the late Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata introduced new lover Akram Gumisiriza in colourful introduction ceremony that was attended by a number of socialites and dignitaries on Saturday.

    Kulthum’s introduction was at her big sister’s home in Kungu, Kyanja, a Kampala suburb.

    Speaking to theGrapevine during the introduction, Dr. Kulthum’s new lover Gumisiriza trashed allegations that he accepted to have Kulthum because of her wealth that was left for her by late Muzaata.

    Akram disclosed that he is an engineer who owns two companies that deal in gold in South Africa.

    He added that the reason why many are talking ill about his bride is because they are jealous of her, being that she is beautiful and well educated.

    Ministers and socialites who attended the introduction included; Resident City Commissioner (RCC) for Kampala, Amina Lukanga, Resident District Commissioner (RDC) for Buikwe, Hawa Ndege, Sheikh Abdul Lwahuman Sserunjogi, Sheihk Guggwa, Presidential advisor on media, Tamale Mirundi among others.

    Others included; Victoria University Vice Chancellor, Dr. Lawrence Muganga and other leaders in Kampala.

    Speaking to insiders on how much money was spent, they revealed that in total the function took over Shs.100m and more.

    An insider intimated that the groom, Akram Gumisiriza’s outfit cost Shs.15m while Kulthum’s outfits took Shs.30m.

    Service providers at the function revealed that they were paid half of the money with others revealing that they didn’t receive their balance after the event like the couple had promised.

    One of the service providers who was in charge of feeding the guests revealed that she was paid Shs.6.8m to feed 700 visitors with snacks and coffee.

    However, the number increased to 1000 and she was ordered to feed all of them and promised that she would be paid at a later date.

    One of the decorators intimated to theGrapevine that she was told to decorate for 400 VIP visitors.

    However, the guest were more than what they had budgeted for and so they had to add chairs and promised to be paid later.

    GIVE AKRAM WHATEVER HE WANTS AS AND WHEN HE WANTS IT.

    During the introduction, Sheikh Guggwa advised Kulthum not to priotise education since she already has a PhD but rather feed her husband with whatever he wants as and when he wants it.

    Akram gifted Kulthum with a brand new Hyundai car.

     

    By Hope Kalamira and Omulangira Ddembe

    Comments

    Continue Reading

    CELEBRITY GOSSIP

    MISS CURVY AFRICA ’22: Who Is The Curviest Of Them All? Plus Sized Women Confess The Good, The Bad And The Ugly…

    Published

    on

    Curvaceous plus sized women are set to tussle it out at the ‘Miss Curvy Africa’ competition that is due to take place this Friday 25th November, 2022 at Imperial Royale Hotel, Kampala.

    theGrapevine managed to catch up with some of the contestants from different parts of Africa who confessed how happy they are to finally have a competition that recognises them for who they are.


    UGANDA’S NASSUNA: Shirat Nasuuna (28), who won this year’s Miss Curvy Uganda competition held at Club Ambiance in Bukesa told theGrapevine that the reason why she was chosen to represent Uganda in the upcoming competitions is because of her confidence and her love for people.

    “We have so much to change here in Uganda as plus sized women especially the way people see us, which really matters,” she said.

    Nasuuna added that despite the fact that her opponents are very young compared to her, winning the competition will not be about age.

    “Because if someone tells me they are 10 years and yet think beyond their age, they are better than someone of 50 years, so it is not in any way about age.”

    She insisted that the crown has to remain in Uganda.

    Asked about allegations that plus sized women are expensive to look after, Shirat said that they are not expensive even though clothes for plus sized people are sometimes rare to to find.

    “Even eating, it’s not that we eat too much, but it is just one’s genes that make them fat,” she said.

    NAMIBIA’S MUSHIMBA: Michelle Mushimba alias Fine China (27) from Namibia noted that the reason why she joined the competitions is because the queen was not able to (compete) and since she is a Princess in Namibia, she had to fill the gap.

    “I represent all the plus sized women in Africa not just in my country. I feel I was born with the blood of being an African queen. The curves that I have show the pain that we have been through, the ups and downs that we have had in Africa. I want to inspire women across the world that it is not a shame to be fat,” she said.

    Michelle also revealed to theGrapevine that the roles that they have is what makes them fat adding that they are not even fat but curvy.

    She adduced, “I am not here to say that we are fat, am here to say that it is okay to be the way we were born. So, I’m here to tell women that its okay to be fat but also to tell them not to be too comfortable but work hard on your body. Sometimes even a five minutes walk could change alot. I would also like to represent mental health awareness because alot of women have burgages because they are stereotyped.”

    Michelle also emphasized that as a plus sized woman, she has faced alot of challenges like when she walks around the street and people make fun of her.

    “It sometimes makes me want to hide what I have but then I realise that a lot of people out there are paying a lot of money to have what I have.”

    TANZANIA’S TETA: Sarah Teta Susaki from Tanzania (26) told theGrapevine that she is excited to represent her country and Africa in the upcoming competitions.

    She added that to her, it is not expensive to be plus-sized. She advised women of her size to keep fit and maintain good health.

    She however narrated an incident where her size stopped her from achieving her long desired goal.

    “I remember one time I wanted to become a model and so I joined some competitions but to my disappointment, the judges plainly told me I can’t be one because I’m fat. This was the worst day of my life because I felt really embarrassed. I’m proud of who I am and what I have,” Teta said.

    BOTSWANA’S RAFLINE: Refline Dirent (22) from Botswana noted that she has faced many challenges with her body including people calling her imperfect because of her legs.

    “I have very black stretch marks so I have had so much criticism about that and even to this day people still criticise me,” she narrated.

    She divulged that the reason why she thinks she is the best candidate for Miss Curvy Africa 2022 is because she is working on a project that is mainly based on protecting animals especially Rhinos since they are also fat.

    She propounded, “In as much as I’m a plus size, I’m not telling people to be fat or eat whatever they want. Please be careful what you put in your body.”

    BOTSWANA’S LUDO: Ludo (28), from Botswana also disclosed that their country is full of beautiful curvy women that is why they couldn’t choose only one representative.

    BOTSWANA’S THIMELO: Thimelo Bridget (29), from Botswana, an Accountant by profession told theGrapevine that it has been her wish to be an Ambassador for plus sized women because of her love for elegance and good fashion.

    SOUTH SUDAN’S BRIKITA: South Sudan’s Brikita (19), is the youngest contestant. She told theGrapevine that it is difficult to be plus-sized in South Sudan because men are always vibing them.

    She narrated, “In South Sudan, people can even get to an extent of bewitching you because of your body size. So, when I’m there I wear big clothes. I have literally faced a lot of challenges being this size.

    “I remember one time I was moving and some people started criticising me and when I tried to respond to them, they almost beat me up but the good thing I had friends that backed me up.

    “That is why am here because I want people out there to know that it is very okay to have a big body and to be plus size.”

     

    By Kalamira Hope and Joel Wansaale

    Comments

    Continue Reading

    like us

    TRENDING

    theGrapevine is a subsidiary of Newco Publications Limited, a Ugandan multimedia group.
    We keep you posted on the latest from Uganda and the World. COPYRIGHT © 2022
    P.O Box 5511, Kampala - Uganda Tel: +256-752 227640 Email: info@thegrapevine.co.ug
    theGrapevine is licenced by Uganda Communications Commission (UCC)