We are certain that you are in the mood to count down that last days of 2011. There have been so many memorable events that rocked the year. Today we take you through some of the most memorable happenings of the last twelve months.
January - Mid January, two of Uganda's heavy weight artistes; Chameleone and Bobi Wine buried the hutched and held a joint concert at Kati Kati dubbed 'Battle of Champions' to celebrate ten years in the game.
The presidential campaigns are also worth mentioning for they disorganized the entire country in that some candidates looked for votes in regions beyond the borders of Uganda.
February - This was the month that H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni was declared the president of the Republic of Uganda; making it his third term in the office. He beat Dr. Kizza Besigye, his strongest challenger by over sixty percent.
March - The 'Temangalo' saga was on every one's lips. As a result of this bribery scandal, former NSSF boss David Chandi Jamwa was sent to Luzira for allegedly embezzling over Shs 3bn.
He was sentenced to twelve years in 'University of Understanding' but spent there a few weeks and applied for bail which was granted to him. However, Jamwa's case is still pending after he appealed against the case.
Japan's most powerful earthquake since records began struck the north-east coast, triggering a massive tsunami. Cars, ships and buildings were swept away by a wall of water after the 8.9-magnitude tremor which struck about 400km (250 miles) north-east of Tokyo.
April - Kampala was not a good place to be during this time as this was the time when members of the opposition decided to protest high prices for goods and services by walking to work. It was during these walk to work (W2W) riots that Dr.Kizza Besigye's right hand middle and index finger got shot by police trying to calm the situation.
No nonsense police officer Arinaitwe Gilbert Bwana smashed Besigye's window car and sprayed his eyes with pepper spray. In the same month, South African based Ugandan socialite, Zari threw an all white part at swanky Guvnor and treated guests to free booze until the wee hours of the morning.
May - May 12, 2011 Ugandans woke up to horrible news that local Luga-Ragga singer Rabadaba real name Faisal Seguya had stabbed Goodlyfe crew member Thaddeus Buyengo.
Thaddeus underwent two operations for the wounds he sustained and the 'Mukyamu' singer got arrested but was later released; it's believed that Rabadaba paid his way to freedom.
June - Local singer Jose Chameleone was voted sixth biggest African singer. The list showed that Senegalese born American singer Akon in the number one position, followed by 2face Idibia, P-Square in position three, Nigeria's D-Banj in number four and then South Africa's Yvone Chaka Chaka comes at number five giving Chameleone the sixth position. It was not just Chameleone's joy but Uganda at large.