Monday August 13th 2018
By Aiden Graw
22-year old Mayuge queen Quinn Abanekyo was on Friday night crowned the reigning Miss Uganda at Sheraton Hotel Kampala after emerging the fairest of all the contestants.
Quinn beat 22 other contestants to replace Leah Kagasa who had kept the crown for two years as the pageant had taken a break.
She was followed by Tyra Margach and Ahebwa Patience Marta as the first and second runners up respectively.
Quiin is a student at Makerere University Business School (MUBS) pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Business Computing.
She was awarded a brand new Toyota Wish car (UBD series), a trip to the Netherlands, a treat at Pineapple Bay in Bulago Islands and a one-year gym session at Sheraton Hotel Kampala.
MUN G LANDS JUICY DEAL WITH TOP BETTING COMPANY
While fellow hip-hop artistes were exchanging jibes in the famous “Who is who” track, Mun Genius was underground working for the betterment of his brand. News on our desk reveals that MunG has signed a juicy deal with a betting company Betyetu as a new face of their game Londa 3.
We have learnt that Mun G has already recorded an advert that is airing on various radio waves and soon going to television. He will also headline a number company activations countrywide.
Londa 3, the new Betyetu game requires the player to select and send his three lucky numbers (from 0_9) to 7117 to enter a draw and after 30 minutes, those with the winning combination earn 350 times the money they staked.
RAY G PERFORMS AT AIRTEL RISING STARS FINAL IN BUSHENYI
Singer Muhairwe Reagan better known by his stage name Ray G Rhiganz hit the stage at 6:00pm and performed his original runyankole hits including Tayali, Owangye (Omwigarire), Nabankwine, Orahi, Nyamunegyere and Nkaronda perfectly that left fans demanding for more.
The super talented boy received a lot of flying kisses from home fans while at the Airtel Rising Stars Western Region Under-17 Finals played on Sunday August 12th 2018 at Bushenyi stadium in Bushenyi District.
Titanic Dancers Crew from Bushenyi and Dance off’s 24/7 Dancers also performed their extra dance strokes to the fullest.
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