News reaching us indicates that singer Juliana Kanyomozi has given birth to a bouncing baby boy. OMG!!! God is so great to leave us with something to remember about Juliana during this COVID-19 global pandemic. According to a trusted source, the newborn baby is an Indian. Hi hi hi… sounds funny and his name is Taj.
Juliana Kanyomozi was once in a temporary romantic relationship with the United States-based Ugandan boxer Kassim Ouma in 2006. Meanwhile, Juliana had a son, Keron Raphael Kabugo, who passed on in late July in the year 2014. According to reports, Juliana’s son was asthmatic, however, nothing was published about his death.
Briefly, Who is Juliana Kanyomozi?
Juliana is a musician, actress, and entertainer from Uganda. She was born on the 27th of November the year 1982. Mononym Juliana is, however, a multiple award-winning Ugandan pop musician. Juliana is well educated just like any other successful and wise person out there. Kanyomozi went to Namagali College found in Kamuli District for her high school education.
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In addition, She was the first female Ugandan artist to win the PAM awards artist of the year accolade. PAM awards stand for the Pearl of Africa Music Awards. Juliana Kanyomozi signed a contract with Oriflame an international cosmetics company to be one of their brand ambassadors. Juliana was nominated in the Pan Africa Artiste at the year’s Nigeria Entertainment Awards (NEA). In addition, she won a lifetime achievement award in the Diva Awards Afrika in December 2015.
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We as Cyclone Times Uganda take this opportunity to congratulate Juliana Kanyomozi upon having a successful delivery. In conclusion, we urge you to stay home and keep a social distance to avoid the widespread of the deadly coronavirus virus. Always ensure you wash your hands regularly with hand sanitizers. In addition, make sure you avoid touching the soft parts of your body, for example, the nose, eyes, and mouth.
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