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MC Kats Confirm guests must pay to attend his wedding.

MC Kats Confirm guests must pay to attend his wedding.

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Media personality Edwin Katamba, also known as MC Kats, has officially confirmed that he and singer Fille Mutoni are planning to tie the knot in the coming months. However, there’s a unique twist to their wedding plans-guests will be required to pay to attend the event. After experiencing an on-and-off relationship for an extended period, MC Kats and Fille appear to have found stability in their relationship and are now looking forward to building a future together. MC Kats revealed that the delay in formalizing their relationship was due to their desire to achieve certain life goals before considering marriage. “It has taken some time, but we felt it was essential to accomplish other significant milestones, such as building our homes. With God’s grace, we’ve managed to achieve some of the...
Medicine left to ruin in rain, officials arrested.

Medicine left to ruin in rain, officials arrested.

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Medicine worth hundreds of millions of shillings was left exposed to the elements, drenched in rain, leading to the arrest of five individuals, including three from Busia District and two from the National Medical Stores (NMS). The incident has raised concerns about possible negligence in the handling of essential medicines meant for Health Centre IIIs in the district. The arrested officials, which include the District Health Officer (DHO), the cold chain official, District Coordinator NMS, and two other NMS officials, were taken into custody and are under investigation for potential acts of negligence. The medicines, which included anti-malarial drugs and HIV/AIDS kits, were meant to support healthcare in the district. Mr. Michael Kibwika, the Busia Resident District Commissioner (RDC), e...
Busoga Royal wedding receives shs1.7 billion in corporate contributions.

Busoga Royal wedding receives shs1.7 billion in corporate contributions.

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In a remarkable display of commitment to preserving cultural heritage and traditions, several Ugandan companies have wholeheartedly contributed to the Busoga royal wedding, set to take place on November 18, 2023. These generous contributions from corporations have collectively amassed a substantial sum of Shs1.7 billion. Eng Patrick Batumya, the chairperson of the organizing committee, emphasized the importance of community involvement in a king’s wedding, stating, “A king does not make a wedding on his own. It is his people that do, and we are no different.” He made these remarks while receiving a contribution of Shs198 million from the Nation Media Group at its head office on 8th street Namuwongo. Additionally, Next Media Services, another prominent media company, contributed Shs500 mill...