Bobi Wine turned down my collabo in a song i released!!!!!
Zari “The Boss Lady” as she is know to many of you, is a self-claimed Business woman who owns her reputation as a serious selective “Banger” based on the known facts of changing men like clothes and so on…..
It is believed that she still has a hidden hatred over Hon. Kyagulanyi Robert Ssentamu who is the people power leader and an aspiring presidential candidate of Uganda aka Bobi Wine. This is evidenced through the recent and still ongoing feud that Zari sparked on social media when she had the audacity to grade Kyagulanyi as someone who can never be Ugandan president since he has no credentials especially being raised up from Ghetto where she claimed that the latter used to smoke weed.
The sad truth behind this hatred is “believed” to based on the collabo Zari asked Bobi Wine which he turned down. Based on the fact that after listening to the song, it was to crude and meaningless, he was forced to turn down the offer of the collabo which did not taste well with Zari, who always thought can never be turned down by any man as she has always demonstrated by laying down any man she meets.
Bobi Wine being an intelligent man, realized that the song would lower him down and he chose a different path. Ever since then Zari has kept her hatred towards Bobi Wine.
From other sources it is still “claimed” that Zari being an instagram influencer, she may have been lured by NRM’s huge sums of money to start attacking People power leader which is the main pressure group to NRM and Museveni in general. But the backlash she got after attacking Bobi Wine may not easily be forgettable until she rests in peace.
Today Hon. Winnie Kiiza announced that she is not running for Member of Parliament in the upcoming election, despite still being very popular in her constituency.
Hon. Kyagulanyi Robert Ssentamu, Member of Parliament (MP) of Kyaddondo East has congratulated Winnie upon her serving diligently and unselfishly supporting the opposition parties. In his own words he had to say:
I celebrate you. The forces of change celebrate you. The nation celebrates you. History will remember you for taking such a bold and courageous decision. I have personally always been inspired by you, but this noble decision makes me admire you even more. You have challenged all of us leaders, both in government and the opposition. God bless you
Hon. Winnie is one of those strong opposition leaders, you can look at her as being “Iron lady and superwoman” who is fearless and has been there in the struggle for the change in Uganda. Despite the fact that she is not going to stand anymore for her MP seat, she will remain active and on point.
All people in the UAE on Visit visa have exactly 1 month to leave the country or change status. Countdown from July 12-2020
As a Ugandan living in UAE, I appeal to all Ugandan citizens living or who were caught under lock down period in UAE, to read carefully these rules. UAE is one of the strictest countries in regards to their residencies.
According to this decision, people on visit visa have to change their status or leave the country. This means if you get a job make sure by the end of of 1 month from July 12, you have an employment visa stamped in your passport or obtained by your company. Another option is to renew your visa by the end of this grace period or if the worst comes to the worst to leave the country to avoid fines and bans.
Tourists in the UAE whose visit visas had expired after March 1 are given one month to leave the country or change their visa status to avoid fines, the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship (ICA) announced on Monday.
The one-month window started on July 12, Brig Khamis Al Kaabi, spokesperson of the ICA, said in a TV interview.
The advisory follows the recent UAE Cabinet decision that cancelled all previously issued resolutions related to the residency of expatriates and validity of visas, entry permits and ID cards. The automatic extension of expired visas and IDs until December this year was withdrawn
Brig Al Kaabi reiterated that residents and citizens within the country are given 90 days to renew their documents. Those outside the country will have a one-month window for renewal, with the grace period starting on the date of their arrival in the UAE.
As of July 11, the free extension process has been cancelled
Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship
All Ugandans living in UAE, whether on Visit or residence visas should watch out for these new visa rules. These rules are general for everyone depending on the categories listed below. Please read through carefully as the system or policies get updated everyday.
From July 12, ICA will now start collecting the standard fees for visa and Emirates ID renewal. If you’re an Emirati, GCC citizen or UAE resident who’s been stuck outside the country (for less than six months), you will be given a one-month grace period to renew your visa or Emirates ID once you re-enter the UAE.
If you’re an Emirati, GCC citizen or UAE resident who’s been in the country since the outbreak began, you’ll have a three-month grace period to renew your documents. If you are outside the country for longer than six months, there will be a grace period based on when air travel resumed between the two countries. This timeframe will be determined by ICA.
Once these grace periods and deadlines pass, normal fees and fines will apply. If you’re in the country, a fine of Dhs25 applies for residency visa violations. When leaving the country, the fine is Dhs250 plus Dhs25 per day. Failure to renew your Emirates ID is Dhs20 per day. Fines won’t apply to the previous exemption period. In order to start the mammoth task of renewing the expired documents, the ICA will be performing renewals in batches. Check the ICA table below to find out when you’re application is due.