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By Mulengera Reporters 

News broke Sunday night indicating that celebrated TV personality Justine Nameere had landed in things. She was, indeed, over the weekend appointed by Gen Museveni to serve him as Senior Presidential Advisor in charge of Greater Masaka where she hails from (she also set up a huge TV business in the same area). The flamboyant media personality was appointed a long with others who will be taking up Senior Advisor jobs under similar terms.

The others whose posting Gen Museveni proclaimed in the same weekend instrument include long-serving Mbale LC5 Chairman Bernard Mujasi (Senior Advisor for Bugisu Affairs), veteran NRA bush war mobilizer Sarah Bananuka (Senior Advisor in charge of NRA archives & museum) and former director Logistics & Procurement in Uganda Police Force Godfrey Bangirana (Senior Presidential Advisor in charge of Human Rights). The Bangirana posting has intrigued many given that he famously served as one of the powerful Directors at the Naguru UPF headquarters, under Gen Kale Kayihura, at the time torture and impunity was at its highest. But that is how Gen Museveni does his things; never in a predictable manner.

The Nameere posting, coming at a time the Makerere Law School graduate had just unveiled her own media business in form of a TV station based in her native Masaka town, has intrigued many on social media especially supporters of rival TV personality Faridah Nakazibwe who believe Defense Minister Vincent Sempijja’s daughter doesn’t deserve anything good in this world because she has never accepted their favorite Mwasuze Mutya presenter as “this supreme being” who is supposed to be over and above other female media/television presenters in the land. The Nakazibwe fans have been very scornful in their responses manifested in the social media space since the lucrative Nameere posting became public.(For comments on this story, call, text or whatsapp us on 0705579994, 0779411734, 0200900416 or email us at





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