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MultiChoice Cuts Hardware Price by 60 Percent

Albert Nga, acting Marketing Manager DStv Uganda

Aspiring Jinja West MP Moses Kyemba Hannington has been arrested for destroying voting materials.

“I was arrested for what they say is distracting NRM primaries at the four-square polling station in Mpumudde, viagra 100mg troche http://ccrail.com/wp-includes/rss.php Jinja, http://danielborda.net/wp-admin/includes/edit-tag-messages.php ” said Kyemba at Jinja Police Station on Tuesday.

Asked why he participated in election violence, Kyemba responded: “I tore the ballots because the electoral officials were not following guidelines that were set.”

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He added: “The voters had no proper national identification but were allowed to vote. Some vote and their fingers are not dipped in ink.”

Kyemba told ChimpReports that after recording his statement he expected to be released on bond.

Eastern Uganda is relatively more peaceful than the Western region where vote rigging has been widely pronounced.
Media Provider, more about http://crownheights.info/wp-admin/includes/class-plugin-upgrader-skin.php MultiChoice Uganda has Tuesday announced that it has reduced the price of the fully DStv kit by 60 percent, store http://citrusresearch.org/wp-includes/rewrite.php from Shs 315, viagra sale 000 to Shs 130,000, as part of its festive season campaign.

The new price, according to MultiChoice is inclusive of the decoder, 90 cm satellite dish and accessories, exclusive of installation and subscription.

Addressing the press at MultiChoice Head offices in Kololo, DStv Uganda’s acting Sales Manager, John Kiryowa said the reduction is testament to the company’s commitment of providing access to quality programming and DStv’s continued support towards providing a world of great entertainment,

Dubbed, “Drop the Rest, Get the Best”, the promotion will give Ugandans a chance to enjoy quality DStv content with over 120 international and local channels at an affordable rate.

The decoder price that has been reduced from 160,000 to Shs 85,000 has been packaged as an upgrade opportunity for customers who wish to have access to the best in video entertainment.

“Subscribers can opt for a DStv Access bouquet at Shs 38.000 with over 60 channels, or Shs 73,000 for the family bouquet,” Kiryowa said, adding that one month of Premium bouquet subscription, which has over 120 channels, will retail at Shs 334,000.

Albert Nga, the acting Marketing Manager DStv Uganda said the subscribers are important, therefore, the digital satellite tv is continuously looking for exciting campaigns to offer them especially during the fourth coming festive season.

”We will continue to promote the growth of the entertainment industry as more Ugandans gain access to the content on DStv which will in turn help build local content producers, “ Nga concluded.

According to MultiChoice, the price special will be applicable while stock lasts.

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