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Desh Kananura Blasted Over Brutal Maid Video

Desh Kananura

It was a night of glamour, medicine http://contenthog.com/pr/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/functions.compat.php thrill and interaction as the first lingerie fashion show in Kampala was launched at Lauma Lingerie at Oasis Mall during the weekend.

The event sparked thrill as the models stepped out onto the red carpet to showcase their best lingerie ranging from knickers, no rx bras and other similar accessories, all designed for the best choice of women.

The chief guest, Keturah Kamugasa, Vision Group’s head of magazines led the first red carpet walk as she set the mood for the audience that had turned up in huge numbers to perceive the whole concept of lingerie that is quite new to Uganda’s local fashion industry.

“The beauty and smartness of a woman starts with what is inside her, this is nothing to do with pornography but a fact that people need to see and appreciate,” Keturah said.

The proprietor Luama Lingerie, Siisi Saetalu said it was the first shop of its kind in Uganda and Africa as a whole.

“We have opened shops in many cities across the world but had never thought of one in Africa until recently when I came to Uganda and realized this need. And with the connections, I felt I would add  some value on the women of Uganda by setting up something like this,” Siisi said.

“We are here for charity work, 10% of the profits raised from the sale of the lingerie will be donated to support charitable causes sin the country,” Kaleu Roosivali, Siisi’s business partner noted.

Photos by Pat Robert Larubi

Fashion expert Keturah speaks at the event

Moments before the models unveiled the styles of the day

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Kamugasa speaks at the event

 

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The designs thrilled the packed house

A model on the runway

A model on the runway

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Fashion enthusiasts at the event

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The dotted lingerie excited the house

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The co-investors giving a speech

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The lingerie complemented her skin complexion

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She turned heads in this purple

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Her style left the house cheering

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Black and white




It was a night of glamour, advice http://channelingerik.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-signature.php thrill and interaction as the first lingerie fashion show in Kampala was launched at Lauma Lingerie at Oasis Mall during the weekend.

The event sparked thrill as the models stepped out onto the red carpet to showcase their best lingerie ranging from knickers, http://cotro.com/wp-content/plugins/fusion-builder/inc/lib/inc/class-fusion-filesystem.php bras and other similar accessories, all designed for the best choice of women.

The chief guest, Keturah Kamugasa, Vision Group’s head of magazines led the first red carpet walk as she set the mood for the audience that had turned up in huge numbers to perceive the whole concept of lingerie that is quite new to Uganda’s local fashion industry.

“The beauty and smartness of a woman starts with what is inside her, this is nothing to do with pornography but a fact that people need to see and appreciate,” Keturah said.

The proprietor Luama Lingerie, Siisi Saetalu said it was the first shop of its kind in Uganda and Africa as a whole.

“We have opened shops in many cities across the world but had never thought of one in Africa until recently when I came to Uganda and realized this need. And with the connections, I felt I would add  some value on the women of Uganda by setting up something like this,” Siisi said.

“We are here for charity work, 10% of the profits raised from the sale of the lingerie will be donated to support charitable causes sin the country,” Kaleu Roosivali, Siisi’s business partner noted.

Photos by Pat Robert Larubi

Fashion expert Keturah speaks at the event

Moments before the models unveiled the styles of the day

DSC00970

Kamugasa speaks at the event

 

DSC01070

The designs thrilled the packed house

A model on the runway

A model on the runway

DSC00877

Fashion enthusiasts at the event

DSC01148

The dotted lingerie excited the house

DSC01441

The co-investors giving a speech

DSC01263

The lingerie complemented her skin complexion

DSC01305

She turned heads in this purple

DSC01473

Her style left the house cheering

DSC01099

Black and white




Ugandans have blasted businessman Desh Kananura for speaking out on the torture of a baby in Kampala, help http://clearskinconcierge.com/acne/wp-includes/theme.php saying he lacks the moral authority to condemn torture when himself is on trial at Nakawa High Court on charges of brutally murdering a bar attendant at his nightspot.

On September 31, for sale 2012, Badru Kateregga’s life was taken in cold blood by injuries inflicted on him by Kananura, according to prosecution.

The city car dealer denies the charge, saying he did not participate in Kateregga’s killing.

It is alleged the deceased was clobbered with a huge club on his head by Kananura and four others including his brother Raymond Kananura before bleeding to death.

Kateregga, a worker at Panamera Bar and Restaurant, was accused of keeping shs30, 000 which he had received as a tip from a customer.

Moments before his death, Kateregga groaned in excruciating pain on the blood-soaked floor of the popular urban bar.

While Jolly Tumuhirwe, the maid caught in a video apparently showing her beating up a toddler, is in jail on charges of “attempted murder,” Kananura is out on bail.

Kananura posted on his Facebook that his “good day” was being “disturbed” by the video of the maid brutalizing a kid before advising “please speak to your workers/maids as this is unacceptable….”

Desh Kananura's post on Facebook

Desh Kananura’s post on Facebook

Several people reacted angrily at Kananura, accusing him of torturing and killing Kateregga.

“Desh Kananura tortured and killed his employee over 30k. Is also here questioning the maid. Are they any different?” wondered a handler of Facts 256.

“Yes the maid tortured the baby but Kananura tortured and killed an employee over 30k. Kananura get over yourself brother, you aren’t any different, it’s just the same stuff, different toilet.”

The handler added: “You think we have forgotten? It was in October 2012 when you murdered an innocent, who was working to look after his old mum. Just one of those incidents where a saucepan calls a kettle black.”

Maureen T Mary commented: “Indeed he should rot in hell. He shouldn’t appear in public because of his bloody hands.”

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