Sunday, February 28 2016
As other channels were reporting on who was blocked from accessing Dr. Kizza Besigye's home, Bukedde TV was in it's usual style providing drama all the way.
It started with the Abanoonya program that had those who were searching for their soul mates, and the thing with these guys is that they've had it all and still bounce back searching for their ''soul mates'', they start off by giving a perfect description of what their significant other should be, money is a must have, otherwise don't bother calling their numbers if your wallet is not the smiling type.
Then came Bukedde TV's favorite, Agataliiko Nfuufu, which was up next but the news item for the night were these two ladies who had a fight accusing each other of witchcraft, the fight ended up in one biting the other around the breast area. It soon became more dramatic when the one who was beaten claimed that this had waken up the illuminati in her, she started rapping the late AK47's Champion song warning her tormentor that she was yet to see the worst if she did not apologise for the deed.
Before you even think of touching your remote to find out what's happening elsewhere, there was this other program; 'Taasa Amakaago' which had more drama than the news itself only that the fight at some point involved machetes and yet the interviewer could not prevail over the two women who were fighting for a man, one was thrown out of the house and she was putting up in a charcoal store locally known as a 'Kibanda', she was trying to reclaim what was her's.
DJ Shiru followed with his mixes and those who could go all the way did so as some of us were now trying to catch some sleep.
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