It seems like the trend of poaching and presenters quitting their stations for better workplaces has hit again.
Actress and ‘Live Wire’ show co-host Remmie Nakitto, alias Precious Remmie, has quit Spark TV for greener pastures.
Last evening, Remmie took to her official social media pages to make her resignation known to her fans and followers.
In her post, Remmie thanked her fans for the support and for making her the person she has become hence promising to reveal to them her next move soon.
“I am both incredibly sad and happy at this moment in my life. It’s been an amazing four years of working with SPARK TV/NTV Uganda and all I can say is that working with you has been a great gratification and I’m going to miss you so much,” reads Remmie’s post in part.
She added, “Thank you so much fo...
Over 100 residents of Kiwale village in Ngogwe district in Buikwe have been left on hunger strike after land owner Bunya James brought in a tractor and destroyed all their food, and two people were arrested on the orders of the minister.
The tractor was found hidden in the house of one of the LC 1 chairperson's home from angry residents who wanted to burn it.
After Minister Diana Mutasingwa visited their bibanja, a meeting was held on the land and the residents said that Bunya had destroyed all their food but he had not paid them any money as compensation.
The residents added that Bunya James their landlord used a contract to cut off their land then give them land titles but he has not given them land titles and has started evicting them, and many others are living in panic as they are als...
At Nangwa village in Nakisunga district in Mukono, a home for children with disabilities has been raided by flies believed to be from two poultry farms surrounding the home.
At the Elizabeth House of disabilities at Nangwa village, we found that flies had surrounded the whole place and the authorities were confused, as their disabled children were seen being bitten by ants.
At the two farms owned by one Mutesa, a visitor is welcomed by a stench from the chicken waste which was all-over the place with thousands of birds.
Betty Erola, the head of the shelter, said the problem they face is the flies from the poultries surrounding their shelter, which even falls on children who cannot get rid of them because of their gender.
"These children are unable to get rid of the flies on them, we compl...