It was visibly a cold war between South Africa based Ugandan businessmen commonly known as Sangomas and their Europe and America based counterparts commonly known as Nkuba Kyeyos or more politely as Basummer at the recently concluded Diaspora Night held at Club Ambiance in Bakuli.
The Sangomas that were led by the Rich Gang boys came well prepared for the showdown as they all arrived in expensive cars and dressed to the night. They made an entrance into the VIP wing surrounded by mean-looking bouncers and made sure that their section was always well supplied with drinks and beautiful ladies.
The ill prepared Basummer realized that the boys from Madiba’s land were trying to pick a showbiz fight. Most of them had just come to party the night away in their dearly missed Kampala.
It should be remembered that the two camps have for a long time been engaged in furious social media fights with each side accusing the other of being broke.
However some few Basummer boys who were not ready to lose the fight that easily started running out of the club to see whether they could find the nearest VISA ATMs to withdraw some cash.
However by the time they came back, price find http://demo.des.net.id/drose/wp-includes/widgets.php they found that the likes of Ivan Semwanga were already splashing cash in the excited and packed club that was drinking from an open bar on their bill.
Most of them gave up the fight and joined the open bar binge whereas the others spent the rest of the night sipping expensive drinks from dark corners or changed venue.
by Joshua Namanya
A Burundian pastor attached to Communal Pentecostal Church in Kampala is being held at Mbarara Central Police Station over allegations of attempting to murder his wife.
Pastor Maximamu Baliika from Burundi is alleged to have stabbed his Ugandan wife, story http://daylesfordartshow.com.au/wp-includes/rss-functions.php Shana Atuhaire with a sharp knife at Tataitwe, dosage http://citybreakguide.ro/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/wpcc.php Mbarara, http://chanceandhydrick.com/wp-admin/includes/update.php leaving her with serious injuries.
Baliika accused the wife of committing adultery with a man she had earlier claimed was her uncle.
After the arrest, the pastor who admitted to having stabbed Atuhaire, said that neighbors had told him several times about an affair his wife was having with another man but that he had dismissed the talk as rumors until he found her with the man in his home after returning from an evangelical mission.
Pastor Baliika asked Police to forgive him saying that he had acted out of anger.
However, Mbarara Police Station OC, Jaffar Magyezi stressed that the accused was to be taken to court and be charged with attempted murder to serve as an example to others.
Magyezi further advised men to resolve their family issues with the Police or Courts of Laws instead of beating their women which contravenes the law.
Atuhaire is now admitted at Mbarara Referral Hospital in a critical condition.