On Saturday evening Record TV underwent a virtual overhaul at Golf Course hotel, Kampala.
The TV despite recent ups and downs relaunched under the new management led by Ezekiel Motsoeneng as the Managing Director.
In the relaunched edition, Record TV will experience a change of programs and a face-lift of the old ones.
Key among them includes Jajja Bruce’s show every Monday to Friday as well as Anderson Luzze’s Kigunda.
The event, which was attended by diplomats, agencies and pressmen also served as the official launch of ‘Slave Isaura’s new soap opera on the station.
Isaura tells the story of a coffee-plantation owner’s passion for one of his female slaves.
She however, isn’t interested in him and decides to flee the city to start a new life.
Angela Katatumba, the acting Honorary Consul to Pakistan and guest of honor hailed the station the soap and other changes.
“I’ll definitely be waiting to watch Isaura,” she said.
The singer, Philanthropist and acting ambassador also noted that,” I and my family have always been connected to record TV; we’ve always loved their programs.”
She further revealed the she is “excited to be associated with the new management and the direction the station is taking.”
At the same event, budding fashion star Latiff Junior amazed guests with a piece of cloth in less than 10 minutes.
The designer sewed two glamorous pieces from scratch as revelers networked and share experience about Record TV.
Besides his crafty showcase, there was also entertainment from renowned comedian Jajja Bruce who left guests in stitches with his performance.
We have photos from the event.
All Photos by Solomon Businge