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Saturday, April 16 2011

               President Museveni addressing journalists on 16.Apr.2011
Today has been calm much as the walk to work protests are likely to continue next week. However the President was today addressing journalists in his upcountry home in Rwakitura and in his message to the country said that those walks will not take place and will not be entertained.

He gave an example of the press briefing he was conducting and asked the journalists if any of them were hurt or being tear gassed as a result of his briefing, he argued the opposition to carry out similar ways to echo their message as opposed to disrupting people going about their chores.

On Friday, police was once again involved in running battles in two separate places. Makerere students were on strike over allegations of a hike in tuition fees forcing the police to seal off areas around the university.

Off Entebbe road in Nyanama, workers protesting poor pay took advantage of the situation to protest poor pay given the inflation being faced in the country at the moment. Police swung into action and asked them to refer the matter to their company leaders as opposed to running to the streets.

With the riots that have been witnessed in Kampala, Masaka and Gulu more so over fuel prices which appear to be a global issue, for a country that has just had elections not in any way comparable to Ivory Coast, Uganda at large is safe.

The President assured the general public that there will be no problem on Monday because there will be no riots as they have devised means to go about it.

"This nonsense of Besigye demonstrating will not happen. How will it bring the prices of commodities down. On the contrary it increases the prices because some people who would like to transport the food will not fearing their cars will be burnt...."

So protesters should stand warned before getting to the streets on Monday. Meanwhile, the president was responding to a question from one journalist who was inquiring about when he will retire; he simply referred him to search on Shimon Peres but also added that if the February elections were free and fair, why should he retire.

The better question should have been why should he retire as opposed to when he should retire.

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MC Kats and baby mama, Fille

Their daughter turned 7, a few days back.

During the interview, MC Kats caught up with his baby mama on a number of issues ranging from her Extended Play that she will be releasing soon, the two collaboration songs that King Saha agreed to work on with Fille.

Hellen Lukoma gifted with a Range Rover

Asked what the magic was, and Hellen was like and that is nothing, he is capable of a lot more.

"I have two children, Ata and Ark, with my Heaven sent Anwar, we have been together for five years. I am a good person and my hubby is the only one in this world, he was made for me and by the way, that is nothing compared to the things he has done."

Sheebah Karungi quits TNS

In a Snapchat post decorated with green snakes emojis, God's Plan who is currently in the UK has revealed how the 'Bango' singer ended up dating his then girlfriend Sheilah Gashumba.

"He used to come to my apartment to chill, drink and eat food..."

Zari and her new lover Choppa

Not long back, when Zari was explaining how she hit the rocks with King Bae, who turned out to be romance scammer, she said that it is not about money when it comes to dating her, so even the not so loaded guys were welcome to give it a try, but looking at her new lover, GK Choppa, he seems to be wearing two faces, in him you see a combination of her late hubby and Diamond Platnumz.

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