Revelers that had come to the Diaspora Night at Club Ambiance in Bakuli last night were shocked when Super FM presenter, sale http://danmarknorge.org/wp-admin/includes/screen.php Rasta Rob MC who was also the official MC for the event started practically begging for money from the Rich Gang President, more about http://catrinmacdonnell.co.uk/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-get-autosave-v1-1-endpoint.php Ivan Semwanga.
Rasta Rob, stomach who was based in the DJ’s box, first irked the house that was full of loaded Ugandans living in the Diaspora as he repeatedly interrupted the music to announce on the microphone that it was high time that Ivan opened his money taps like he is popular for doing at nights of this kind.
After several calls, Ivan who had been sipping on several hard drinks in the VIP section announced that he was offering shs 1 million to be shared amongst the DJs and the MCs that were officiating at the event.
However, this seems not to have been enough for Rasta Rob who was to share the money with the rest of the officials in the Dee Jay’s Box.
As Ivan downed more drinks, Rasta Rob revived his calls which attracted boos from the crowd that were in full spirits of partying.
Ivan, this time, personally headed to the Dee Jay’s box and handed shs 1 million to the officials in the Dee Jays box.
The excited Ivan also announced that he would not offer any more money to individuals but that instead he was making an offer for everyone in the house. This is when the house ran into frenzy as partiers downed free drinks from all the counters in the club.
Kampala Socialite Zarinah Hassan alias Zari shed tears at the sight of the remains of the 1994 Rwanda genocide, approved http://dchnf.dk/wp-admin/includes/class-theme-installer-skin.php ChimpLyf can reveal.
Accompanied by Tanzanian lover Diamond Platinumz, website Zari travelled to Kigali this week for a brief holiday and New Year gig.
On Tuesday, stuff the stunning couple visited Kigali Memorial Centre in Gisozi where 250,000 genocide victims are buried in mass graves.
The memorial gives an in-depth insight into that the world watched idly as the genocide unfolded in the tiny but prospering landlocked country.
Pictures show Zari breaking down in grief. She was comforted by guides.
Zari was taken through the background on the divisive colonial experience in Rwanda that cultivated ground for the mass killings of over one million people mainly the Tutsi.
Zari was shocked by the horrific sight of bones and skulls of the genocide victims.
The section that remembers the children who fell victim to the killers’ machetes saw Zari sob endless before being consoled by Diamond. Life-size photos of murdered children are accompanied by intimate details about their favourite toys, their last words and the manner in which they were killed.
The duo completed its tour with sections on the refugee crisis in the aftermath of the genocide and the search for justice through the international tribunal in Arusha as well as the local Gacaca courts (traditional tribunals headed by village elders).