Influential women in Uganda have been hosted by 88.8 CBS and 89.2 CBS Emanduso as part of celebrating the International Women’s Day 2022.
The official celebrations were conducted at Kololo Airstrip where President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni pledged to continue empowering women.
Uganda’s Prime Minister Rt Hon Robinah Nabbanja arrived at CBS Fm Bulange, Mengo the Head Quayle’s of Buganda Kingdom 10 minutes to 9:00pm in Avon it amidst tight security.
HICGI News Agency’s Kivumbi Earnest Benjamin covered Nabbanja while arriving at CBS.
Ugandans were surprised as Nabbanja broke the headlines on air reading several stories including her boss’s remarks on Women’s Day on CBS Fm which has the biggest listenship in Uganda .
Towards the end of the news Nabbanja said she was born to a poor woman who sold maize and bananas but God slowed her to become a big person.
She said her government has allocated billions of funding available for women to use to increase there income.
Others CBS hosted throughout the day were; NBS’s Hatima Nalugwa Ssekaya, Hon Flavia Nabagabe, Woman MP Kasanda and Margie Lukowe -Kiliza obagana Political Talkshow
The News at 7pm was ready by Mityana Woman MP – Joyce Bagola and earlier Hon Judith Nabakoba, Dr Monica Musenero, Zahra Luyirika – KCCA Speaker
Minister Ruth Nankabirwa was on Press Review in the morning
Music artist Spice Diana and Chloe took on Evening Cruz
Others who featured;
KCCA Executive Director Dodothy Kisaka, NTV’s Sandra Nakiwala, Anne Marie Nattabi , Woman MP for Kampala Shamim Malende , Lillian Nkwenge PRO LL Uganda Meteorological Authority