Has JOYCE BAGALA quit NBS TV? FIND OUT THE WHOLE TRUTH

News making rounds on the different social media platforms is for the NBS TV journalist and prominent media personality quitting Kin Kalisa’s Next Media Services’ NBS TV. According to reports, Joyce Bagala has resigned from NBS TV as Chief News Editor at the Next media. In addition, she has done this to concentrate better on her political career as she holds the NUP flag for the Mityana Woman MP seat.

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Politics in Uganda today is one of the trending careers at the moment as the 2021 general elections knock the on the door. Many Ugandan celebrities have this time round engaged themselves in politics claiming they need change. In fact, some of them believe that the incumbents have not done enough to effect change in the communities.

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Therefore many of these celebrities for example Hon Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu alias Bobi Wine is Uganda’s most popular celebrity at the moment… This is because he is an aspiring presidential candidate come 2021 and he believes he will challenge H.E Yoweri, Kaguta Museveni. However, to cut the whole story short, many have joined politics saying that they got the inspiration from the former Ghetto president and now MP Kyadondo East Bobi Wine…

Has Joyce Bagala quit NBS TV?

The answer is YES… According to an official letter from Next media, it confirmed that Joyce has stepped down from her role as head of news and current affairs.

“Joyce Bagala has today stepped down from her role as Head of News and Current Affairs at Next Media Services. In addition, to take part in the 2021 General Election. Joyce has served at Next media Services in various positions, having joined us in 2016 as a News Anchor on our Amasengejje daily news bulletin,” Next Media wrote.

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