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Day: May 20, 2020

‘My Father Is Last King Of Ankole’- Lt. Gen. Muhoozi

‘My Father Is Last King Of Ankole’- Lt. Gen. Muhoozi

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By Elite Reporter If you have been wondering why Ankole kingdom does not have a crowned Omugabe, then wonder no more, because they already have a king, called President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni. The revelation was made on Tuesday  by First Son Lt. Gen. Muhoozi Kainerugaba, who tweeted on Tuesday that his father is one of the only  two  remaining Bachwezi in Uganda   and is the Last King of Ankole. Gen. Muhoozi tweeted thus; “The last two ‘Bachwezi’ in history! My father and the last king of Nkore! Mzee Museveni and Afande Rubareza in 1981. Obote should have surrendered immediately! Nobody on earth can defeat ‘Bachwezi’. Gen. Muhoozi Kainerguba's tweet about President Yoweri Museveni being the last king of Nkore kingdom However, what remains unclear is
How ‘Luggage Carrier’ Ssali Duped NTV’s Nakazibwe That He’s Doctor  In UAE Before Chewing Her Sompyo

How ‘Luggage Carrier’ Ssali Duped NTV’s Nakazibwe That He’s Doctor In UAE Before Chewing Her Sompyo

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By Elite Reporter Shocking secrets about how Umar Ssali, hitherto a luggage carrier, duped NTV star Faridah Nakazibwe that he is medical doctor in the United Arab Emirates have leaked to this website. It should be noted that Ssali hooked Nakazibwe in 2015 and secretly wed her at a private ceremony that was held in Dubai, shortly after she had separated with her former lover Al-Hajji Moses Kigongo, who is the National Resistance Movement (NRM) Vice Chairperson. Hajji Moses Kigongo who was dumped by Faridah Nakazibwe after she was duped by Omar Ssali Ssali and Nakazibwe held a secret wedding in Dubai purportedly because Kigongo wanted to revenge against her for dumping him and had allegedly vowed not to allow the wedding the take place in Uganda. However, former NTV presenter...
Nkurunziza Shuts Down Social Media As Burundi Votes Next President

Nkurunziza Shuts Down Social Media As Burundi Votes Next President

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By Elite Reporter President Pierre Nkurunziza, who has ruled Burundi for over two decades, has shut down social media and the internet as Burundians vote for their next leader. As you read this, Burundi is about to lose its president of 15 years and gain a "supreme guide to patriotism", according to the official title that will be given to Pierre Nkurunziza once he steps down after Wednesday's election. He will also receive a $540,000 (£440,000) retirement pay-out and a luxury villa. But it is not clear if he is going to step out of the limelight and spend more of his time on other things, like his beloved football. The build up to the poll - in which seven candidates are vying to replace the president - has been marred by violence and accusations that the vote will not be fre