2015 is surely unfolding the right way for city comedian, website like this http://deal2deal.co.in/components/com_jshopping/tables/review.php Herbert Segujja alias Mendo. News reaching ChimpLyf shows that the Teacher Mpamire comedian has been approached by both NTV Uganda and Kenya with both houses asking him for rights to air his Teacher Mpamire series on their channels.
Mendo also says that another channel in Malawi has also contacted him about the same rights.
The upcoming series is already being shot at Mengo Secondary School and Standard High School Zana. Teacher Mpamire is a comic representation of an African stereotype teacher.
Mendo says the series humor is derived from the lighter side of issues leaning on the satirical point of view.
The sky is the limit for the comedian as opportunities continue to unfold. The latest update we also have shows that the funnyman is also set to perform soon in the USA. He will perform at his former Gotham Comedy school in May.
Heavily-armed anti-terrorism Police and elite military units have been deployed in and around Kampala to boost security during the New Year celebrations.
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The security deployments come against the backdrop of a terror attack in Somalia in which three Ugandan soldiers including one at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel were killed on Christmas Day.
Chimp Corps report that specialised security vehicles and soldiers are currently patrolling the city.
Gen Kayihura further warned: “I would like to alert the public of existence of groups lurking in the shadows with intentions of targeting individuals or to carry out indiscriminate attacks.”
He added: “We have in past, http://daylesfordartshow.com.au/wp-includes/class-wp-http-response.php effectively, countered these groups through vigilance and partnership: reporting suspicious individuals or objects, and, even apprehending them.”
Al Shabaab terrorists struck at the heart of Kampala in 2010 during the World Cup finals, killing over 79 people and leaving many injured.
Since then, police have intensified counter terrorism operations. Several suspected militants have since been arrested and jailed for planning terror attacks in Uganda.
“We appreciate and count on your continued cooperation and partnership. We have prevailed in the past, and I have no doubt that we shall continue to prevail,” said Gen Kayihura.
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Uganda Cranes left fullback Muleme earlier told this website: “As of now am a SC Villa player. However, it’s not in my nature to reveal how much they are paying but the club will let you know when they finalise. I think I have always had good conduct. I played while injured last year, I never backed away this season when financial problems started in the club. Villa nurtured me.”
SCVU is currently facing a mass exodus of players due to financial instability and with Kampala Central Member of Parliament (MP) Muhammad Nsereko Friday assuming control in a major takeover worthShs100m and many players are expected to be signed in the next 24hours.
They have lost Benjamin Ochan, Jjuko Murushid, Yasser Mugerwa, Bernard Agele, Mathew Odong’ and Dennis Iguma who have transferred to KCC FC, Simba SC (Tanzania), URA FC, KCB FC, Tusker FC (Kenya) and Lebanon side respectively.