Tuesday, June 14 2016
Bukede TV viewers had their Saturday program slightly interrupted. The programs have remained but the Taasa Amakago host has been poached by BBS TV. Joan Lule, the show host for the program at the helm of trying to sort out various family issues ranging from land, affairs gone sour and DNA tests to establish the real biological parents wrote this on her wall;
"My dear Fans, you are the most precious thing that has happened in my life. With so much enthusiasm, I want to extend my sincere gratitude to you all for loving me and sparing your precious time to watch and follow my program."
"Let me officially inform you that am not doing Taasa Amakaago anymore with Bukedde TV. I am instead doing the same show on BBS Terefayina eyaffe and very soon you'll be knowing when it's gonna be on air. Thank you so much, thank you my mother TV. Let's go BBS Terefayina!!!!!"
Unlike others who leave the old social portfolio to start a new one, Joan left with the entire content and right now trying to convince Mark Zuckerberg why the name has changed from Taasa Amaakago to something else...
Taasa Amakago focuses on issues like the one above of a man who carried out a DNA test for three of his children and it turned out they were all not his. He is yet to carry out a paternity test for the fourth child on getting money though from the results so far, he will not be surprised if the fourth one turns out to be for another man.
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