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Former NTV News Anchor Joel Ssenyoni Unveiled as People Power Spokesperson

Former NTV Uganda news anchor Joel Ssenyonyi has been unveiled as the spokesperson for the People Power Movement. This was announced by Kyadondo East MP and musician Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu aka Bobi Wine at a press conference in Kamwokya, a Kampala suburb on Monday. Ssenyoni last week resigned from NTV Uganda, after

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PHOTOS: Anita Fabiola Glows at Sold-Out Valentines ‘Toast to Love’ Party

Television personality Anita Fabiola on Thursday evening outdid herself as she entertained lovers at the Serena Hotel valentine’s ‘Toast to Love’ party. The party which was organized by Flames Events in conjunction with NBS television attracted hundreds of couples who were treated to a romantic dinner and soothing music from Uganda’s

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Bad Touches: Makerere, Activists Want Dembe FM Presenters Punished for Sexually Harassing ‘Singer’ Sasha Brighton on Air

Pressure is mounting on Nation Media Group (NMG) to punish three male presenters for what is being described by women activists as sexual harassment against singer Sasha Brighton. NMG country director Tony Glencross has had a hard time engaging with women activists on the matter ever since Rosebell Kagumire shared a

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Uncle Dick is dead

Veteran Radio Presenter Uncle Dick is Dead

Veteran broadcaster Dick Mulima Ssempaka, known by many as Uncle Dick, of Star TV and Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC), has passed on.  Dick Mulima Ssempaka was popular for his Star FM show Uncle Dick Live Show. Joining UTV (now UBC TV) while still a student, Ssempaka served in many capacities at the

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Journalism is Not a Crime

Unknown Assassins Threaten to Shoot, Poison Masaka News Reporters

Suspected assassins have threatened to shoot, hack and poison at least 12 journalists working in Greater Masaka for their news reports. Some of the reasons for the death threats are: spying for Uganda Police, investigating their criminal acts, political and land reports, among other reasons. Those on the list include CBS FM

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Sandra Kahumuza replaces Rachael Arinaitwe Mwine at NTV Uganda

NTV Uganda Finds Replacement for Rachael Arinaitwe Mwine

Days after news anchor Rachael Arinaitwe Mwine left NTV Uganda, the Serena-based television station has a replacement for her in Sandra Kahumuza. Kahumuza was an intern reporter at Record TV.   She is a finalist at Makerere University's department of Journalism and Communication. Kahumuza will now replace Arinaitwe Mwine as news anchor, who left

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Ugandan singer Spice Diana and a Spark TV Live Wire presenter

Spice Diana in Bitter Exchange with Spark TV’s Live Wire Presenters

Singer Hajara Diana Namukwaya aka Spice Diana has fired at Gabbie Ntaate and Precious Remmie, new hosts of Spark TV’s gossip show, Live Wire. Ntaate and Remmie replaced Zahara Totto and Annatalia Ozie, the founding hosts, who crossed to NBS TV. http://thetowerpost.com/2018/10/02/spark-tv-unveils-new-live-wire-show-hosts/ It all started when Ntaate and Remmie told Live Wire’s viewers

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Rachael Arinaitwe Mwine

Rachael Arinaitwe Mwine Leaves NTV Uganda

News anchor Rachael Arinaitwe Mwine has become the latest employee to leave NTV Uganda, seven years after she took up the job at the country’s finest television station. Arinaitwe Mwine announced her exit from NTV at the end of Thursday’s news cast. “Tonight Rachael Arinaitwe Tibarokoka Mwine signs out,” she announced in

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Spark TV Unveils New ‘Live Wire’ Show Hosts

NTV Uganda's sister station Spark TV has unveiled new hosts for its celebrity gossip show 'Live Wire'. This follows the exit of the former show hosts Zahara Totto and Annatalia Oze, who have since joined NBS Television. Talented television stars Gabie Ntaate and Precious Remmie have taken over the 'Live Wire show,

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