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Uganda-France Friendship week: Music meets football at Namboole as revelers get free tickets to the event

By Nathan Atiluk info@xrated.co.ug The Uganda Cranes game against French Militants last week at Namboole stadium was not so publicise but  people attended in big numbers thanks to the free tickets. At around 3:30pm before the match started, there were many people outside the venue who tried to use the …

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Socialite Herbert Shonga celebrates his Birthday in a charity event at Mulago before heading for dinner with friends and family

By Nathan Atiluk Info@xrated.co.ug Socialite Herbert Shonga might have all the money in this world and live a life many are steal dreaming about but he is not a show off. Herbert Shonga and his wife Dorothy Shonga will spend almost a day on Facebook live updating their followers about …

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No Chameleone, No Sheeba, No Bebe Cool No Bobi Wine but the Club Music Video Awards are set to happen this weekend

By Nathan Atiluk info@xrated.co.ug A few weeks ago just after the Hipipo Music Awards, negative criticism forced Bebe Cool out of any other Ugandan Entertainment Awards. A few days after saw artistes like Sheeba and Sasha Vybz jumping on the bandwagon to withdraw from all local Awards. Bobi Wine and …

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Will drunkards enjoy their beer and Pork at the bar side as Prophet Elvis Mbonye preaches the word of God at Kyadondo Rugby grounds?

By Nathan Atiluk info@xrated.co.ug Patrons of Kyadondo Rugby Grounds have suffered a big pinch after their Tuesday plot of drinking cheap beer (3 bottles at 10k) and pork has been intervened. The grounds have been booked by Propher Elvis Mbonye who has moved from Imperial Royale Hotel and Kololo Airstrip …

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Stanbic Bank is set to recall a Shs7bn loan given to Red Pepper Publications as the tabloid’s financial woes worsen

By Our Reporter info@xrated.co.ug The Pepper Publications recently suspended publication of Hello, Akapapula and Emulalu subsidiary tabloids after majority of staff left the company over accumulated salary arrears. As the publication grapples with collapsing copy sales and dwindling advertisement revenues, Stanbic bank’s action could push the tabloid to the edge …

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