MultiChoice Uganda Exhibits New Entertainment Project


Nellie Mwandha, Head of Customer Value Management, Flavia Tumusiime Kabuura (hosted the virtual presser) and Eunice Kanyesigye, HR & Training Manager at MultiChoice Uganda

Kampala. MultiChoice Uganda, the home of extraordinary Pay-Tv amusement, held its yearly media exhibit under the subject “Observing Our Voices, Telling Our Stories.”

Recently, MultiChoice Uganda has made a milestone to its substance contributions, conveying further on its guarantee to help Ugandan substance by showcasing local entertainment content.

The virtual grandstand was carried on MultiChoice Uganda’s DStv and GOtv web-based media stages exhibiting the wide scope of engaging substance that the Pay TV has added since September 2020.

The dispatch of Pearl Magic Prime, the subsequent channel devoted to Ugandan substance, was the greatest feature. The channel is presently home to riveting show arrangement; Prestige and Sanyu. The two shows were designated for Best TV Drama in the 2021 Uganda Film Festival Awards and Prestige won the honor.

The guarantee to exhibit the best of Ugandan narrating is impeccably caught in the current year’s subject which investigates recounting accounts of variety, neighborhood content, culture, advancement and festivity of the existence MultiChoice has inhaled into these accounts, empowering different Ugandan voices be heard across its survey stages.

As a satisfaction of the guarantee to convey extraordinary amusement, Saleh unveiled that there will be another East African channel dispatching not long from now. The channel will exhibit premium East African creations from Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Rwanda.

During the occasion, Hassan Saleh, Managing Director, MultiChoice Uganda said; “as we commend our image history, I need to resonate MultiChoice’s obligation to venture and vital associations as we endeavor to convey exceptional incentive for our clients. Through the MultiChoice Talent Factory, a CSR activity planned to prepare energetic film entertainers, makers and journalists, we have given tremendous freedoms and tackled abilities of youth that we accept will assume a critical part in molding the entertainment world in the country.”

Saleh added that, “we have additionally gone on to perceive the gifts that we have in our country, by offering a stage for substance to be exhibited. Through essential associations we’ve likewise had the option to grant extraordinary film manifestations in Uganda. For example, with the as of late held Uganda Film Festival, MultiChoice Uganda as a platinum support which marked large amount of monetary rewards for best innovative movies and offered sponsorship for film mentorship programs with M-Net studios for the best entertainers.”

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