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Jose Chameleone Announces Launch Of His Own TV Station

One of the most outstanding Ugandan musician and Kampala Lord Mayor aspirant Mayanja Joseph popularly known as Jose Chameleone has made an announcement to launch his TV channel called Leone TV.

Over the weekend, the ‘Wale Wale’ Hit maker revealed via his social media platforms that his TV channel will be going live anytime from now.

According to Jose Chameleone, Leone Television which will be available on Free to Air, Star Times and GoTV, will target specifically the youth.

The ‘Valu Valu’ Hit maker’s dream of venturing in media industry will soon come to pass.

In similar news, towards the end of last year, the established socialite and money bags SK Mbuga, who was recently set free from Swedish prisons over fraud cases, again became a celebrated star in the country.

In a live video shared on Facebook, Mbuga alerted the general public to stay alert as he continues to create employment opportunities for them.

SK Mbuga’s main plan was to recruit more qualified Ugandans only to make his new Television channel, STV the best in the country.

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