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Tamale Mirundi Already Has Big Following – Muhammad Nsereko

The independent member of Ugandan parliament, Muhammad Nsereko who has represented Kampala Central Division since 2011, has come out to give a few highlights about Tamale Mirundi’s expulsion from all media houses in the country.

Tamale Mirundi has been appearing on a show called ‘ONE on One at NBS TV‘, but his show has caused trouble for him leading to its dismissal. Nsereko is among the many Ugandans who believe in everything Mirundi says and he’s still standing with him in all situations despite the changes made by the President himself.

I stand in solidarity with TAMALE MIRUNDI .Why curtail his freedom of expression. Might cannot defeat reasoning. Tamale Mirundi will move with his following wherever he goes. We follow him because of his content not station. # TEAM TAMALE”  Muhammad Nsereko said.

It’s about Tamale not even the station we shall follow him whenever he goes he has helped some of us to know more about what is going on in our country and the whole world.” One of Tamale’s followers said.

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