Sunday, June 16 2013
Koona Ne NTV show is a serious threat to WBS Straka's show. However, during the show, Miles confirmed he had not forgotten where he was coming from when he thanked all those on Bukedde, which of course was understandable bearing in mind that this was his very first show since quitting Bukedde TV.
The show kicked off with four top videos in a row, 'Coccidiosis' by Bebe Cool, 'Badilisha' by Jose Chameleone, 'Magnetic' from the 2013 BET Nominees followed by Wabula Mwana Gwe Olina Obubadi by Dolla the Captain and then, headed for commercials.
Shortly after the commercial break, viewers started calling in and the very first caller was from Bwaise talking about 'Majja' which should be a slang for money and happy to see Miles on TV once again. Other callers were babes who preferred to express themselves in English, but Miles Rwamiti Apuuli reminded them that this was not the Expozed show.
The VJ of the night was Baby Love from Guvnor, so after the first three videos, Miles was forced to ask him to queue in the likes of Catherine Kusasira and Mathias Walukagga officially tapping into the Bukedde following. Later in the show, he invited King Michael and Eddy Kenzo who explained why he ordered the fans to fight the police.
'NTV Akawungeezi', 'Tuula Tuwaye' were the known vernacular programs and now Koona Ne NTV joins the wagon. Is NTV taking the path of Bukedde TV!, Only time will tell.
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