Joan Lule reveals why she was fired from BBS TV
BBS TV show host, Joan Lule, was yesterday fired from the Bulange based TV station, which she joined in 2016 after quitting Bukedde TV.
"It's true my people, because of the successful Sitima Y'amaka Valentine's show, the greedy managers think I accumulated a lot of profits."
"Word on the street has it that I bought a Toyota Harrier using company money, partnered with MBN Clinical Laboratories, for DNA which gave them mileage. BBS thinks MBN was paying me heavily."
"I accept and life goes on. I started it, I run it and will continue to rule it."
The celebrated TV show host who is considering contesting for the Woman MP seat in Mpigi District will in the meantime, continue doing what she does best on YouTube.
Taasa Amakago was the name of the program while on Bukedde TV and when she crossed over to BBS Terefayina, she moved with the same concept that was later changed to Sitima Ya Maka.
Her program largely focuses on family wrangles, some of which involve land conflicts, cheating partners and those that doubt their children, often times being subjected to DNA tests to ascertain the right biological parents.
It is one of the best real life stories that has happened to TV stations in Uganda and Joan delivers exactly that.
As a way of trying to give her competition a run for their money, Joan introduced a bit of spicing to her show by taking it a notch higher when it moved from just a TV show to now, a live show that patrons have to pay to watch.
The show was successful just like she notes in her message;
"Because of the successful Sitima Y'amaka Valentine's show, the greedy managers think I accumulated a lot of profits."
The Iron Lady as she fondly refers to herself has since been receiving messages from her fans;
"Don't worry, NBS TV is waiting for you with open arms, your program could easily see Sanyuka TV making its way faster on DSTV."
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