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Sheila Nduhukire Quits NTV Uganda

Sheila Nduhukire Quits NTV Uganda

It’s high time the management of NTV to sort itself because all the trending known workers like Sheila Nduhukire, are leaving. It was recent when the former presenter, Douglas Lwanga left his show called the Beat with Sheila Gashumba.

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Sadly, as the Serena based TV station goes on to losing the most loved proffesional presenters, abruptly another presenter Sheila Nduhukire too never came to agreement with the Station thus throwing out a towel.

Sheila Nduhukire quits NTV.

Most of the employees who quit NTV, always move in for another media company. But this was not the case with former presenter, Sheila Nduhukire . On her side, it’s alleged that in connection with some Kenyan TV station called NTV Kenya, she will be set to join them very soon.

However, Sheila was born in Uganda in a town called Kazo, Kiruhura District. Her parents, Bishop Stephen Namanya, and Lydia Namanya, a professional school teacher . She attended Uganda Martyrs Namugongo for O’ Level and later Bweranyangi Girls School for A’Level.

We wish her the best while appearing at the Kenyan NTV based.

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