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Precious Remmy treated to a surprise Valentine’s treat live on Sanyuka TV.

Precious Remmy goes emotional after receiving her flowers

In a heartwarming moment on live Sanyuka TV, Precious Remmy, known as Ray P, was gifted a beautiful bouquet on Valentine's Day during her Morning Xpress show.

The moment came as a complete surprise to Remmy, who was in the middle of the show when a delivery person walked in with the bouquet. Ray P smiled in surprise and accepted the flowers, admiring their beauty and fragrance. The surprise left Ray P visibly moved and touched as she thanked her fiancée, Mr Bindeba, and expressed her gratitude.

"Thank you for this surprise. It means a lot. I want to let you know that I love you so much, and you are my perfect husband. Thank you for loving me." Precious Remmy said with love

Precious Remmy carrying her flowers after the show

As the show continued, Remmy kept the bouquet close by her side, its colorful blooms a bright and joyful presence on set. And as she engaged with the audience, it was clear that the gift had only strengthened her resolve to keep creating meaningful and inspiring content for her viewers.

Sanyuka TV is Uganda's home of lifestyle and entertainment – Uncut Sabula, Music Jam – Tunnyuke, Sanyuka Naffe, Big Deal, and much more. Sanyuka TV is available on multiple platforms, including DStv on 379, GOtv, Zuku TV, StarTimes, 222 Free-To-Air, and streams online via Afro Mobile.

Dr Jose Chameleone Releases ‘Gwanga Mujje’ Audio

Just two days after his concert was postponed, Jose Chameleone hit the studio and released a brand-new song titled ‘Gwanga Mujje’.

In his new song, the Leone Island boss sings about real and fake friends who smile yet hide negative intentions and bad minds deep inside them.

He also sings about his hustle and how far he has come and encourages people to keep working hard as hard work always pays.

The song produced by Baur at Mwoto Studios comes just two days since a huge disappointment which was celebrated by some of his former friends.

Chameleone’s Gwanga Mujje concert was rescheduled to 24th February after a heavy downpour brought stronger winds that blew the stage down.

While addressing the media at Lugogo Cricket Oval on Friday, the music doctor maintained that the rescheduled show will be bigger and better

Eddy Kenzo, Jose Chameleone, and More Perform at “Sanyuka Egabudde”

On New Year's Day, thousands of fans gathered at the Forest Park-Buloba for the second day of Sanyuka TV's "Sanyuka Egabudde" celebration.

Rema Namakula performing at Sanyuka Egabudde

This two-day event, part of Sanyuka TV's efforts to connect with and give back to the community, featured over 50 live performances by some of Uganda's biggest artistes and comedians, including Eddy Kenzo, Jose Chameleone, Rema Namakula, Martha Mukisa, David Lutalo, Mickie Wine, and Crysto Panda, among others. Crazy University, Bizonto, Madrat and Chiko, Maulana, and Reign are the comedians that also entertained the crowd along with various Sanyuka TV hosts and DJs.

Crowd of people that attended Sanyuka Egabudde

The first day of "Sanyuka Egabudde" was held on December 25th at the Uganda Museum and was just as successful as the second.

Martha Mukisa performing at Sanyuka Egabudde

"Sanyuka Egabudde" was organized by Bajjo Events in conjunction with Sanyuka TV and sponsored by Sumz Foods, Rose Foam, Pepsi Uganda, and Stanbic Bank Uganda. As Uganda's leading entertainment TV station, Sanyuka TV is committed to bringing viewers the best in lifestyle and entertainment, including shows like "Uncut Sabula," "Music Jam – Tunnyuke," and "Bingenda Bitya," among others.

Comedian Mc Mariachi performing at Sanyuka Egabudde

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Over 50 viewers win Christmas gifts in the first week of Sanyuka TV’s “Sanyuka Ku Ssekukkulu” Christmas campaign.

On 9th December 2022, Sanyuka TV launched 'Sanyuka ku Ssekukkulu,' an annual festive season campaign where the mainstream market-focussed TV station gives back to its audiences with items to be used during the festive season. These items include Christmas gift hampers from Sanyuka TV's partners, t-shirts, aprons, boda-boda jackets, cooking oil, beauty products, soft drinks cartons, and household items.

Sanyuka Presenter, Kawalya Isaac Kaiyz giving out Christmas gifts in Nansana

In the campaign's first week, over 50 Sanyuka Tv viewers won Christmas gifts in different parts of central Uganda. The first field activation was in Nansana and Makindye, where different people won Christmas hampers courtesy of Sumz Foods, God Cares Standard Supermarket and other Sanyuka partners during this campaign.

Sanyuka Presenter, Sandra Lian giving out Christmas gifts in Makindye

Other Sanyuka viewers won their Christmas gifts via on air in different Sanyuka TV's daily shows like Music Tax, Music Jam Tunnyuke and other shows.

The Sanyuka ku Ssekukkulu Christmas campaign is still going till the end of the festive season. Viewers will continue to win Christmas gift hampers like t-shirts, aprons, boda-boda jackets, cooking oil, beauty products, soft drinks cartons, and household items.

"As our name suggests, we want to see our viewers happy, and that is why we came up with an annual campaign that allows us to give back to our esteemed viewers during the festive season for supporting us. The first week was a success, and we look forward to rewarding more of our loyal viewers in the coming weeks". – Nicholas Ngobi, Brand manager, Sanyuka Television

Sanyuka TV is Uganda's home of lifestyle and entertainment – Uncut Sabula, Music Jam – Tunnyuke, Sanyuka Naffe, Big Deal, and much more. Sanyuka TV is available on multiple platforms, including DStv on 379, GOtv, Zuku TV, StarTimes, 222 Free-To-Air and streams online via Afro Mobile.

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Big Eye reveals why he disrupted Eddy Kenzo’s concert.

During the Eddy Kenzo Festival at Kololo Airstrip on Saturday, while performing, Ibrahim Mayanja, well known as Big Eye Starboss was seen involved in a scuffle with a deejay on stage.

While performing at the Eddy Kenzo Festival, Big Eye, requested the DJ to play his latest song one more time as he makes his way off the stage, but instead, the DJ played King Michael's song.

This annoyed Big Eye and attacked the Deejay and they had to be separated by bouncers at the concert

Many people who attended the show say that Starboss wanted to use it to steal Eddy Kenzo’s shine and make news.

“Ndi Single” hitmaker revealed that he was infuriated by the fact that he has invested a lot of time and money in the new song and he couldn’t understand why the deejay would refuse to play it.

“I came to sing and have fun still. How could he have refused to play my latest song, my favourite song. You don’t know how much I have invested to put that song in place,” he said.