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According to a leaked WhatsApp chat reported to have taken place between the duo in September, viagra 100mg Luzinda promises to be the real god wife that Misagga wants.
She also vows to meet the engineer at the plush Serena Hotel in Kigo on a Sunday night.
ChimpLyf could not independently verify the authenticity of the chat as Misagga and Luzinda were unreachable for comment on Wednesday afternoon.
If proved true, the development could pile more misery on Luzinda who is yet to recover from the shocking leakage of her private photos by her jilted Nigerian boyfriend, Franklin.
Franklin told this website last weekend that he was compelled to expose Luzinda due to her “unfaithfulness.”
Luzinda has since described the leak as a “betrayal” and “breach of trust”.
In the alleged chat between Luzinda and Misagga, the latter complains to the musician how he decided to break up with his Canadian lover but that he was still afraid of starting a relationship that would not bear fruits.
One of the messages from Misagga reads in part: “I promise you, you’re my last catch.”
Luzinda responds: “And I promise you too my love.”
It remains unclear if the two celebrities are dating though the messages suggest the couple had time together.
A policeman attached to Sembabule district headquarters was killed Wednesday morning by unidentified assailants who also took off with his gun, order http://dailyampersand.com/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/src/tribe/asset/admin_menu.php Chimp Corps report.
This comes merely a week after attackers using a motorcycle raided Kyazanga Government Prison on October 28 where they killed a Prisons Officer before escaping with his Sub-Machine gun.
These types of attacks rocked the nation in 2012, case http://dancehallarena.com/wp-includes/class-wp-http-streams.php 2013 and early this year.
However, http://churchofthekingmcallen.org/wp-includes/class-wp-widget-factory.php by August, it was thought security forces had successfully managed to defeat the armed militants who were raiding police stations and looting guns.
It was feared that elements of Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) were behind the attacks including that of Mubende Police Station.
That the armed assaults on security facilities have resumed will send shivers down the spines on police and military chiefs.
The deceased has been identified as Godfrey Gyapemu, a resident of Nankondo village in Sembabule District.
Police in the district say Gyapemu was deployed on Tuesday night to guard the premises only to be gunned down as he attempted to block a suspected robbery.
Witnesses heard heavy gunshots at around 3:00am before a deafening silence swept the area.
The officer was found in a pool of blood today morning. His gun was missing.
“We have deployed more security agencies in the locality to see that we get the assailants who killed our officer and took our gun,” said Deputy Police Spokesperson, Polly Namaye.
“Meanwhile, we ask the family members of the deceased to remain calm. We expect to release the body by Friday and we shall take it to his ancestral home in Nebbi for burial.”
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This comes merely a week after, visit this http://cineaverde.com/wp-includes/category.php attackers using a motorcycle; with one of them armed raided Kyazanga Government Prison on October 28th battering and killing one Prisons Officer and taking off with the Sub Machine gun he was using to guard at the prison.
The deceased has been identified as Godfrey Gyapemu, who has been living in Nankondo village in Ssembabule District.
Police in the district say that Gyapemu was deployed yesterday night to guard at the premises, but was killed late in the night apparently as he tried to foil a robbery.
Witnesses say that at about 3 am, gunshots which are thought to have been fired by the officer trying to foil a robbery and to protect himself from the thugs were heard.
The officer was however found dead the next morning without his gun.
“We have deployed more security agencies in the locality to see that we get the assailants who killed our officer and took our gun. But meanwhile, we ask the family members of the deceased to remain calm. We expect to release the body by Friday and we shall take it to his ancestral home in Nebbi for burial,” said deputy Police Spokesperson, Polly Namaye.
Kampala beer lovers yesterday stormed the media launch for the Kampala beer festival launched at Bored digital head offices on plot 9 Yusuf Lule road yesterday.
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“We are privileged to bring you this first ever event in the city and we are just waiting to experience the whole feeling together as the people of Kampala” Thecla said.
Bored digital creative director, Max Adii speaking to the press said the festival being the first of its kind in the region has seen major breweries come on board to showcase their different brands.
“Come November 29th at the Uganda museum, the public should expect lots of brand at at reduced prices with lots of games, music and entertainment.
The feeling of the festival at the launch could not be underrated as festival goers and other invitees crowded the event venue all anticipating a perfect event.
For those who were good at beer tasting; it was more of a drinking extravaganza than tasting as people downed bottles and bottles until they realized they could not finish it all.
“As the festival gets closers, we cannot wait to see what really happens but all in all we are going to be part of the main event,” said a participant who preferred anonymity.
Photos by ChimpCorp, Michael Nteza