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Joel Isabirye’s hell; Read full account of marriage to ‘abusive and manipulative’ ex Rebecca Jingo

By Kampala Sun writer After Joel Isabirye’s split with singer and radio presenter Rebecca Jingo in April 2014, they soon became a forgotten couple. Many concluded that hooking up and splitting with women had since become part of Isabirye’s DNA, their marital woes were shelved. Last week, Rebecca Jingo in a kiss-and-tell interview equated her marriage...

I have no hard feelings towards Buchaman- Bobi Wine

By Kampala Sun writer Kyadondo East contestant, Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu a.k.a Bobi Wine claims he has no hard feelings towards Mark Bugembe (Buchaman) even after yesterday’s snub. Buchaman, the former Fire Base Vice President was pictured canvassing for votes for FDC’s Apollo Kantinti manifesto rally on Sunday. During the campaign rally was attended by FDC stalwarts...

Cindy to star in a movie

By Peter James Loruba Cindy, the sensational dance hall artist is far from the girl we used to know years ago. She has grown in stature musically and the latest we hear is that she is set to star in a movie, Bella. The artist who got signed to Grand Pa record in Kenya last year and did a number of...

Dead Makerere girl was poisoned-relatives

By Sula Kato A post-mortem report from Mulago National Referral Hospital shows that the female Makerere University student who collapsed and died during examinations succumbed to suspected poisoning Joanita Nakalembe, a first year student of Education collapsed causing panic among fellow students. By the time she was rushed to hospital, she was vomiting blood. The news of poisoning was revealed...

Dance Hoe King: Singer King Michael turns farmer.

By Sula Kato Dance hall king Michael Mugwanya, a.k.a King Michael is fast becoming the king of the hoe after failing to release a hit song in the past few years. For those who have been wondering why he is off the radar, we can reveal that he is deep in the villages gardening and...

Winnie Byanyima listed on World’s influential list

By Kampala Sun writer Winnie Byanyima, the Executive Director of Oxfam International has been listed among the 100 most reputable people on earth for the year 2017. According to information shared by the watchdog online portal, A South African research-based, Global Performance-Management Consulting Company conducted the research on individuals across the globe who have amassed high reputation for themselves...

I will never date a woman who bleaches-Bennie Gunter

By Martha Glorias Musiime The fast rising local musician Crescent Baguma alias Bennie Gunter has blasted women who bleach and expect to win his heart saying they lack confidence. The Ffe tubaayo hit maker says since he joined music industry, ladies crush on him but most of them are bleaching and he can’t see himself dating any of them....

Former Vision Group journalist ordained in US

By Kampala Sun writer The Roman Catholic Church in the US has ordained former New Vision reporter Jean Marie Nsambu a priest. As Ugandans marked Martyrs Day on Saturday June 3, Deacon Jean-Marie Nsambu celebrated his ordination with two others at Saint Joseph Co-Cathedral Louisiana, US. Fr Nsambu is son of New Vision’s veteran court reporter Hillary Nsambu. Fr Nsambu himself...

Semwanga’s farewell party flops

By Musa Semwanga The late Ivan Ssemwanga farewell party last night at Space Lounge turned into another lowly funeral. It appeared like most of the people who attended were still mourning. By midnight, the club had a fair attendance and revellers/mourners moved their bodies a little, like they were dancing to dirges. Only reserved tables in the VIP section had a...

The 11th Laba! Arts Festival

By Denis Nsubuga Pictures by Roderick Ahimbazwe   The 11th edition of the annual Laba! Arts Festival happened last Saturday. Regular festivalgoers and art lovers turned up at Bukoto Street, Kamwokya to indulge into the beauty of different forms of art. The arts festival, which is the oldest in Uganda, is a mixed bag of mainly visual, performing, and literary arts. It is made...

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