Monday, November 10 2014
Ex NTV Life Stories host who also quit the Mini-Buzz Bukedde show on October 30 to concentrate on her studies has denied allegations that she was arrested. She says that's nonsense that should be treated as such;
"There's nonsense that you MUST treat as nonsense especially if it's so false, so made up and so uncoordinated i.e ignore! People who spread falsehoods about others in the name of making money or news or whatever it is, God have mercy on you if He wants. Everyone's future and blessing is in God's hands, there's got to be more than lies to change that! Otherwise have a beautiful week ladies and gentlemen."
It was reported that Justine was arrested on Friday for having issued cheques to the tune of 2.5M that later bounced. The money lenders grabbed her the same way Panadol Wabasajja was grabbed. They told her that there is a recording deal in the offing, she came rushing.
She was taken on but later granted bail. The matter is filed under SD-32/01/00/2014. This was shocking bearing that just a few days back, Desire Luzinda was arrested and Nameere was one of those advising fellow women on what they should do to avoid scenarios like those of Luzinda.
In her positive message, she encouraged ladies to love Ugandan men as opposed to foreigners as she explains below:
"Ladies before you opt for foreigners remember that in most countries, morals are dead! Ugandan men are annoying but have some morals; there are things they just can't do to a lover or ex! Some man came here, married a Princess after a few disagreements, he saw it fit to disrespect his in laws in public including a King."
"Now this lunatic decides to destroy Desire and her child because to him after 4 years that was the best way to handle grievances in his relationship; he even had the nerve to brag about it and even promise to release more! Mbu he gave her a concert, did he compose or sing her songs?! Ladies take care, Desire take heart.."
Rema Namakula's 30th birthday celebration in Dubai
No wedding for me, I'm in it for the money-Sheilah Gashumba