Former Television presenter and content provider Nameere Justine‘s war against the NTV Uganda Luganda news anchor and Mwasuze Mutya presenter Faridah Nakazibwe is not about to end after Nameere narrated that her nemesis Faridah is too old with no talent.
The two have been involved in verbal exchange as long as we can remember and the war is simply getting worse and taking new twists.
Nameere has continued to torment Faridah and has lately called her “too old” with no latent to get employed on her newly started Television.
During an interview with NBS Television yesterday where she was revealing more details about the first ever TV in Masaka city, Nameere said she will only employ people who are from Masaka district adding that they must be young.
“I won’t be fair if I recruit old people like Faridah who has worked on TV for a long time. In fact, I expect her to have started her own TV or to have a big business because she has worked for many years but she’s showing nothing, for me when I recruit workers on my TV I look for two things, talent and age. You must be below 35 and talented unfortunately Faridah you are above 35 years and not talented so you aren’t eligible to work on my TV. ” She said
Weeks after Justine Nameere revealed she be will launching TM TV on September 30th, 2021, the first television in Greater Masaka region, president Museveni also appointed her as a presidential advisor in charge of the Greater Masaka region.
Her reward came after she lost NRM primaries for the Central Uganda Youth MP to Agnes Kirabo, who went on to win the seat. We believe her appointment was due to the fact that she a daughter to defence minister, Vincent Sempijja.