• October 26, 2021
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Nbs Tv Uncut kalakata gossip show returns to airwaves after rebranding

Nbs Tv Uncut kalakata gossip show returns to airwaves after rebranding

NBS TV gossip show Uncut Kalakata is set to return to the airwaves today 26th October 2021 after rebranding and adjusting the showtime from 8 pm to 10pm.

This follows Uganda communications( UCC) directive for all gossip shows to reschedule from prime time to 10pm.

After a few days off-screen, Zahara Toto a co-presenter of the Uncut Kalakata show announced that they will return with even bigger news.

“Okay the wait is over. Been trying to realign my schedule for the last one week cos am preparing something amazing to be showing on the screens. But let’s get back into omuliro ogutaliko abuuza…oba eyemamaza … Uncut season 3 to be showing live 10pm sharp and am so glad and happy that I’m hosting it with my energy mate Kaiyz,” Zahara posted on her social media

The show which is one of the leading gossip shows in the country was halted alongside 11 other shows by the UCC over a breach of numerous working protocols.

UCC pointed out was the use of obscene language and adult content in these shows. Uncut has made sure to point out that only those 18+ will watch the show.

The Commission further noted that these programs to always notify the audience of any content that may seem inappropriate for different audiences.

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