Celebrity Gossips

Manager Prince signs a new management deal with professor Maros.

The northern Uganda’s number one selling Music manager is known for managing the fallen hero, the northern king, Beniman  Muze B of 2Stars entertainment, Manager Prince is set to sign a new management contract with the Hot Soup star Professor Maros.

In the recent month after the death of My Angel singer, Bennie Man, the unconfirmed news have been trending underground about who next would Manager Prince sign a new contract with and the most sounding name was non other than Okeng Born Town.

Professor Maros together with Manager Prince

Today, through phone call, Prince officially confirmed that he is taking the new move with Karamojong Singer, the lecturer and the CEO of hot soup Professor Maros.

Prince however stated that the official management deal will be signed on Saturday at Pacific grand Hotel, Lira.

He also confirmed that the management deal will not move Maros from his record label of Hot soup to 2Stars entertainment as many people could be thinking but he will manage him (Maros) while he stays at Hot soup.

Northern Uganda’a celerated DJ, Anko Fiffz turns a radio Owner.

DJ Anko Fiffz trurns a radio owner.

Of recent, northern Uganda’s most celebrated DJ, DJ Anko Fiffz who is well known for his mad scratches and his finest whatsApp mixes selling in almost all corners of the globe launched his online radio, the first of its kind in the whole of Northern Uganda.

DJ Anko Fiffz

Anko on Monday declared the launch of Capstone Radio, renamed after his record label, Capstone music inc, one of the most selling labels in the region. The radio was launch with his latest WhatsApp mix, Urban Touch Vol 7.

“We shall be testing Capstone radio everyday from 5pm to midnight East African time playing some top notch bangers, lets do this as we wait for App”, Anko revealed.

“He however confirmed that both the website and the mobile App will be available for public use very soon”, Anko added.

Erute South Member of Parliament Jonathan Odur tested positive of Covid-19

Report reaching our News desk says Erute South Member of parliament Jonathan Odur has been tested positive of Covid-19.

According to Odur, he said he received a call from Assistant D.H.O of Lira Edmond Aceka stating that from the previous test done confirms his sample turning positive of the deadly Corona Virus.

Odur added that since the test was done he has not been experiencing any signs and symptoms that relate to Covid-19 and he has been feeling like any other normal man.

He is currently under self quarantine as he waits to be picked by the health experts for treatment at Lira treatment center.






Singer Eddy Kenzo returns to his home country Uganda.

Singer Eddy kenzo on 25th of July 2020 returned to his mother land Uganda after spending almost six month in West Africa where he went for a music concert but unfortunately corona virus hit the world and he could not return to Uganda.

Eddy Kenzo and other fellows who repatriated from West Africa

Eddy kenzo on his Facebook page expressed his Pleasure for him returning back to the country as below;

Fellow Ugandans, I greet you in the name of Allah and the almighty God. Today, I and other Ugandans arrived safely at the Entebbe International Airport aboard Uganda Airlines.

First and foremost, I thank God for enabling me to come back home safely. This all seemed like a far fetched possibility but by His Grace, I and very many Ugandans have been repatriated back home safely.

I would like to thank everyone that pushed and prayed for my return. Your efforts are greatly appreciated, May Allah bless you all abundantly.

To my Big talent family, Eddy Kenzo fans and the media that came to the airport, I recognize your efforts and the love you showed me yesterday despite my delay.

I also want to congratulate the Ugandan Government, the Uganda Airlines and the Task Force and its members for an extremely efficient and professional undertaking of this whole repatriation process.

To all my friends, fans, and family that supported me in Abidjan, I am forever indebted to you for your support and for making my stay worth while throughout the time I was in your country.

I’ve been placed under quarantine for 14 days as per the standard precautionary measures but I am hopeful that I will be reunited with all of you very soon.

I appeal to you all to stay safe and take Covid-19 seriously.

For God and My Country.

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