Nation Media staff in jubilation after CEO Muganda quitting news

By our reporter The staff of Nation Media Group (NMG) in Kenya, have celebrated the exit of their Chief Executive Officer Joe Muganda who is joining Vivo Energy Kenya next year. NMG, the biggest media conglomerate in East Africa confirmed the exit of Mr Muganda in a statement on Monday morning. In a communication to staff, made by NMG Group Chairman Wilfred Kiboro said Muganda who joined the media house in July 2015 will officially leave on January 31 next year. He has been temporarily replaced by the Group’s Finance Director Stephen Gitagama. Whereas Mr Kiboro said Muganda has...

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Kin Kaliisa’s NBS in crisis as newsroom engine staff walk out in protest

By our reporter There is a fall out at NBS as senior current affairs backroom staff throw in their towels. We understand that NBS Live manager Chrismel Wasswa and his assistant Charles Ssendagire have quit in protest, citing losing confidence in the management of the television. Their resignation comes at the time the station’s most creative cameraman, Godfrey Badebye abandoned the station some months ago. Wasswa is the latest resignation after he failed to agree with Kaliisa on his future at NBS. Wasswa, whose assistant Ssendagire had resigned a couple of weeks ago, came from NTV alongside Solomon Sserwanja who...

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Opening a secret you could be missing at Speke Resort’s lakeside

Similar fears might be holding you back if you ever desired to spend a weekend at Speke Resort Munyonyo. The trip to the lakeside resort off Ggaba road last Sunday broke the jinx for me. And this is why I am sharing my experience with you. I realized what I have been missing all along.

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‘Untouchable’ police bosses touched; face murder, illegal possession of weapons, extortion

By our reporter The arrest and arraigning before the General Court Martial of the nine people including five senior police commanders were on Friday morning, is probably the most interesting crime story the last quarter of 2017. Top police officers, seen earlier as “untouchable” arrived before General Court Martial in Makindye in handcuffs, in a fast paced change of fortunes of powerful men of yesterday. Charges including kidnap, illegal possessions of guns and extortion, among others are awaiting them, yet, there is speculation over their involvement in the number of murders which rocked this country, without a trace of...

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Red Pepper Directors and Journalists appear at Buganda Road Court for mention of their case.

Posted by St. Muhereza Kyamutetera on Monday, November 27, 2017
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