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Pulse Social Media Queen: Meet Angella Atukwase, Young Fashionista Passionate About Trends

Angella Atukwase aka Tush is a 23 year old pulser who has decided to do fashion because it’s been a dream of hers since childhood. Growing up, girls usually mentioned that they wanted to become fashion designers but that dream was washed away by the so many things we wish to become at every new step of our lives.

Unlike many other girls, Tush is living her dream as a fashion designer; right from the way she dresses, to her lifestyle. It is not shocking that the young fashionista is working to become the next Slyvia Owori in Uganda.

Tush is one of the proprietors of G & A Wear, a fashion brand that she started in her 2nd year of campus with a friend. The business started off as an online business for African print off shoulder tops and dresses however, it has now grown to having a physical location at Mukisa Arcade. Because of her love for fashion, Tush studied a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial and fine art at Makerere University.

Aside from fashion, she is a humanitarian working with a number of charitable organisations to give back to disadvantaged families. She is currently working with a non-profitable organisation called iExperience that reaches out to children and mothers offering them help and mentorship in different areas to enable them have a fairly sustainable standard of living.

Tush is a beautiful, brilliant and ambitious lady. It comes as no shock that she has a following of 14.3k followers on Instagram. People clearly love the content that she posts which includes some of the designs from her fashion brand. In the next couple of years, we hope to see G&A Wear become a household brand making more customized outfits for more Ugandans. Get yourself a pulse data bundle by dialing *157# and follow @ga_wear on Instagram or her personal page @thee_stunner_angellah

Why Red And Black Are The colors for Valentine’s Day

For those in relationships, this week has started with anxiety of what Friday will hold. You don’t know whether you get your partner an extravagant gift or something simple because you also don’t know what you will receive. However, aside from the anxiety, at MTN pulse we thought it wise to educate you on some of the things that make the day like the colors.

Red is the color of love- even the red heart on whatsapp explodes when you send it because red is not like any other color. It is the symbol of romance and also shows that someone is in love. When someone wears red on Valentines day, it is to say that they’re taken and in love.

Black in general is associated with bad news or grief. On Valentine’s Day, black goes to show that you’re alone, rejected or open to proposals from other people. Because the day is all about love, the color black is worn for those who are single to also get a chance at love.

These 2 colors are however worn together because they blend well with each other. Since they’ve traditionally been known as the colors for Valentine’s day, fashion has evolved to mix them together to keep them as the color themes for the day. You can buy yourself some black and red themed gifts on the Jumia app and enjoy a discount if you are on the pulse by dialing *157#.

Pulse MCM: Meet Lagum The Rapper, His Passion Pays His Bills

To be young and successful in Uganda’s music industry, you’ve got to have a skill and an art that makes you marketable and also makes you stand out. Lagum Owor aka Lagum the Rapper is a young pulser who has given his love and passion to music and this is probably why he is steadily growing as a Hip-hop artist.

Lagum started doing music in 2007 with a friend using Garage band on his aunt’s Mac Book. Little did he know that, that was just the beginning of an interesting roller coaster in the music industry.

In 2009 he gave rap a shot with his friends and together they formed a group called Elevate your music. However that didn’t last for long as his friends all took different career paths but he still stuck to his music. He started doing music as a solo artist in 2014 and released his first project ‘Gold and Socialize’ in the following year. Since then, he has grown and released a lot of music and he has also performed at events like Blankets and Wine, Lockdown, Shorts Na Lesu, Wizkid in Kampala and so many others.

What keeps Lagum going is his love and passion for what he does. He is currently pursuing a Degree in Sound Engineering at SAE institute in Dubai so that he can better his knowledge about his passion.
This year he plans on releasing 3EPs, a mixtape and an album. All these will be available on MTN Tidal so dial * 165 * 4 * 7 #, select Tidal music and pay for your subscription and search for Lagum and enjoy all the works of this pulser.

What To Consider When Picking The Awesome Location For Your Graduation Party

Last week Makerere University held its 70th graduation and had about 13,000 graduates leaving university to join the world of employment. Aside from the fear of not finding employment, being able to graduate is no small task so it calls for celebration. Although it is a week later, some people are still celebrating and here are tips to help you with venue selection;

The number of people

This automatically determines whether you need a small room or if you can hold your party even in your compound at home. The smaller the number of people, the less the space you need for your graduation party.

The ambience you want

The ambience is basically determined by whether you want an outdoor or indoor kind of event. With indoor you are rest assured that no weather can interrupt your event. However being the fact that it is January, even the outdoor is perfect for your event because you get to enjoy fresh and cool air.

Your budget

This is the biggest determinant of the kind of location you pick for your party. While some people will have their parties at Kampala Serena Hotel, some will have it at their homes. It is important that you acknowledge that there is life after the party ends so you need to ensure that you don’t go over board trying to impress your guests with your choice of location.

Accessibility

A graduation is not like a wedding so you probably don’t have an organising committee to take care of things like directions to the venue. So it is key that your location is easy to be found so that your phone is not buzzed with questions of how people can get there.

While doing your shopping for your graduation party ensure to pay for your things using MTN Momo pay and you could stand a chance to win a shopping spree worth Ugx 1,000,000- that would be a double win for you

Pulse Music Review: Teri Mubi Album by Afrigo Band

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Social Media Kings: Meet Joshua Mulwana, Engineer Turned Twitter Darling

Pulse WCW: Meet Leticia Mugisha, Lawyer And Beauty Queen Thriving in Farming And Entrepreneurship

Pulse Next Big Star: Youngster Oscar Kampala Discusses Fashion, Entrepreneurship

Pulse Rewind: Good Music And Exciting Fashion At Rema’s Valentine’s Day Show

Pulse Rewind: Rudeboy Delivers Energetic Performance At The Comedy Store Show on Valentine’s Day

Pulse Plot: Big Acts In African Comedy, Artistes Jet In For Patrick Salvador’s Kololo Airstrip Show

Pulse Social Media Queen: Meet Angella Atukwase, Young Fashionista Passionate About Trends

Why Red And Black Are The colors for Valentine’s Day

Pulse MCM: Meet 23Year Old Shaka, a Master of All Trades

Pulse Fashion Tip: Why West African Head Wraps Are Taking Over Uganda

Pulse Financial Tips For a Budget Friendly Valentines 2020

Pulse Next Big Star: Meet Jordan Tumwesigye, Transforming Debate Culture in Uganda

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Pulse MCM: Meet Lagum The Rapper, His Passion Pays His Bills

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What To Consider When Picking The Awesome Location For Your Graduation Party

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Pulse Finance Tips: ‘Centsible’ Hacks For A Broke Free 2020

MTN Graduate Development Program 2020

Pulse WCW: Meet Michelle Rutagye The Travel Enthusiast

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Pulse Fashion Tip: Is It A Must To Wear A Suit At Your Graduation?

Pulse Review In Pictures: Meet The Glam At The 77TH Golden Globe Awards

Pulse Music Review: Wena EP by Kohen Jaycee

Great Burgers Review: Hangout With Affordable and Scrumptious Meals

Pulse Financial Tips: How To Survive The Janu-Worry Fever

Pulse Fashion Trends: Are Men’s Head Scarfs Trending Again?

Pulse MCM: Meet CEO of Akamere256, Phillip Mukasa Making a Fortune From Food

Pulse Music Review: Kidandali EP by JC Muyonjo

Pulse Fashion Tips: What to Rock In The New Year

How to Get Your “Mojo” at Work After a Long Holiday

Pulse Plot: Events to attend on New Year’s Eve

The True Meaning Of Boxing Day

Pulse Achiever: Biddemu Bazil Mwotta’s AgroDuuka Innovation Helps Farmers Avoid Exploitation

Pulse Rewind: SevenTeen18 Concepts Brings Miami to Kampala

How to fill your Festive Trolley Dash

Pulse Plot: A Ka Dope Night, George the Poet is Headlining

Health and Diet Watch! Here’s How to Remain Healthy in The Festive Season

Pulse WCW: Meet Barely 20 Years CEO Of A Beauty Store, Naffer Khan

Pulse Hustler: Meet Trevor Muwaata, a Resilient Young Engineer Setting The Bar

Pulse Plot: A New Edition of Blankets & Wine to Go Down This Sunday

Pulse WCW: Meet Miss Estah And Her Inspiring International Modeling Career

Pulse Rewind: Buzz Teeniez Awards Resurface With Signature Elation From Teens

Full List of Winners of the Buzz Teeniez Awards ‘19

Top 10 Ugandan Songs on Tidal This Week

PICTORIAL: WizKid Leaves Ugandans At Kololo Airstrip Craving For More Afro Beats

The Little Things To Keep You Safe From HIV/AIDS

Pulse WCW: Meet Kyaddala’s Harmony, Multi Talented and Still Venturing

Buzz Teeniez Awards 2019, Leavers’ Rock Going Down on Saturday

Pulse Fashion Tips: How To Care For Your Beard

Pulse Plot: Wizkid Set To Open The December Parties In Kampala This Thursday

How To Channel Energy To Concentrate On Exams

Pulse Next Big Star: Meet Phillipa Wamala, A 22 Year Old Making Traveling A Lifestyle

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Pulse Hustler: Meet Umuhoza Faith, a 21 Year Old Talented Make Up Artist

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Pulse MCM: Meet Mutamba, A Recent Graduate Making it Big In The Tourism Industry

WizKid Set To Bless Ugandans With Kololo Airstrip Show This December

Pulse Plot: A Ka Dope Fusion Back in A Wild Episode 3

The Hottest TV Shows For Your Watching Pleasure

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New School Artists Dominate Buzz Teeniez Awards Nominations List

Pulse Music Review: Jesus Is King album by Kanye West

Pulse Plot: Smirnoff Takes Fresh Bite Party To MUBS, Ice Dome Experience

8 Common And Catchy Phrases Every Pulser Should Adhere To

Pulse Hustler: Meet Chantal, A Lawyer In The making Blossoming in Decoration Business

Running Tips for Beginners and Inconsistent Runners

MCM: Meet H2C Dancer, Denis Ntembe Who Is Using Dance To Create Change

Twitter Behavior That Could Have Your Account Suspended

Social Media Queens: Meet The Ultrachic Daphne Kayondo Taking Over Instagram

Pulse Next Big Star: The Inspiring Rise of Olivia Komugisha In the Media Fraternity

Amazing Pictures From Hamilton’s Mexico GP Win, Inches Close to Sixth Title

Fashion Tips: Why Nude Colors Are Trendy

Pulse MCM: Meet Shadrack Inspiring Teens to Code, Create and Change the World

Reasons Why Running Is A Beneficial Exercise For Every Youth

Utilize Space at Home With Urban Farming and Micro-Gardening

Pulse MCM: Meet Rugby Star,Black Pirates Captain Ivan Magomu

Inter-University Dialogue Shades Light On The Role of Culture And Religion in Promoting Better Sexual Health Outcomes

Have you Hugged Someone Today?

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Content category archives

Pulse Social Media Queen: Meet Angella Atukwase, Young Fashionista Passionate About Trends

Angella Atukwase aka Tush is a 23 year old pulser who has decided to do fashion because it’s been a dream of hers since childhood. Growing up, girls usually mentioned that they wanted to become fashion designers but that dream was washed away by the so many things we wish to become at every new step of our lives.

Unlike many other girls, Tush is living her dream as a fashion designer; right from the way she dresses, to her lifestyle. It is not shocking that the young fashionista is working to become the next Slyvia Owori in Uganda.

Tush is one of the proprietors of G & A Wear, a fashion brand that she started in her 2nd year of campus with a friend. The business started off as an online business for African print off shoulder tops and dresses however, it has now grown to having a physical location at Mukisa Arcade. Because of her love for fashion, Tush studied a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial and fine art at Makerere University.

Aside from fashion, she is a humanitarian working with a number of charitable organisations to give back to disadvantaged families. She is currently working with a non-profitable organisation called iExperience that reaches out to children and mothers offering them help and mentorship in different areas to enable them have a fairly sustainable standard of living.

Tush is a beautiful, brilliant and ambitious lady. It comes as no shock that she has a following of 14.3k followers on Instagram. People clearly love the content that she posts which includes some of the designs from her fashion brand. In the next couple of years, we hope to see G&A Wear become a household brand making more customized outfits for more Ugandans. Get yourself a pulse data bundle by dialing *157# and follow @ga_wear on Instagram or her personal page @thee_stunner_angellah

Why Red And Black Are The colors for Valentine’s Day

For those in relationships, this week has started with anxiety of what Friday will hold. You don’t know whether you get your partner an extravagant gift or something simple because you also don’t know what you will receive. However, aside from the anxiety, at MTN pulse we thought it wise to educate you on some of the things that make the day like the colors.

Red is the color of love- even the red heart on whatsapp explodes when you send it because red is not like any other color. It is the symbol of romance and also shows that someone is in love. When someone wears red on Valentines day, it is to say that they’re taken and in love.

Black in general is associated with bad news or grief. On Valentine’s Day, black goes to show that you’re alone, rejected or open to proposals from other people. Because the day is all about love, the color black is worn for those who are single to also get a chance at love.

These 2 colors are however worn together because they blend well with each other. Since they’ve traditionally been known as the colors for Valentine’s day, fashion has evolved to mix them together to keep them as the color themes for the day. You can buy yourself some black and red themed gifts on the Jumia app and enjoy a discount if you are on the pulse by dialing *157#.

Pulse MCM: Meet Lagum The Rapper, His Passion Pays His Bills

To be young and successful in Uganda’s music industry, you’ve got to have a skill and an art that makes you marketable and also makes you stand out. Lagum Owor aka Lagum the Rapper is a young pulser who has given his love and passion to music and this is probably why he is steadily growing as a Hip-hop artist.

Lagum started doing music in 2007 with a friend using Garage band on his aunt’s Mac Book. Little did he know that, that was just the beginning of an interesting roller coaster in the music industry.

In 2009 he gave rap a shot with his friends and together they formed a group called Elevate your music. However that didn’t last for long as his friends all took different career paths but he still stuck to his music. He started doing music as a solo artist in 2014 and released his first project ‘Gold and Socialize’ in the following year. Since then, he has grown and released a lot of music and he has also performed at events like Blankets and Wine, Lockdown, Shorts Na Lesu, Wizkid in Kampala and so many others.

What keeps Lagum going is his love and passion for what he does. He is currently pursuing a Degree in Sound Engineering at SAE institute in Dubai so that he can better his knowledge about his passion.
This year he plans on releasing 3EPs, a mixtape and an album. All these will be available on MTN Tidal so dial * 165 * 4 * 7 #, select Tidal music and pay for your subscription and search for Lagum and enjoy all the works of this pulser.

What To Consider When Picking The Awesome Location For Your Graduation Party

Last week Makerere University held its 70th graduation and had about 13,000 graduates leaving university to join the world of employment. Aside from the fear of not finding employment, being able to graduate is no small task so it calls for celebration. Although it is a week later, some people are still celebrating and here are tips to help you with venue selection;

The number of people

This automatically determines whether you need a small room or if you can hold your party even in your compound at home. The smaller the number of people, the less the space you need for your graduation party.

The ambience you want

The ambience is basically determined by whether you want an outdoor or indoor kind of event. With indoor you are rest assured that no weather can interrupt your event. However being the fact that it is January, even the outdoor is perfect for your event because you get to enjoy fresh and cool air.

Your budget

This is the biggest determinant of the kind of location you pick for your party. While some people will have their parties at Kampala Serena Hotel, some will have it at their homes. It is important that you acknowledge that there is life after the party ends so you need to ensure that you don’t go over board trying to impress your guests with your choice of location.

Accessibility

A graduation is not like a wedding so you probably don’t have an organising committee to take care of things like directions to the venue. So it is key that your location is easy to be found so that your phone is not buzzed with questions of how people can get there.

While doing your shopping for your graduation party ensure to pay for your things using MTN Momo pay and you could stand a chance to win a shopping spree worth Ugx 1,000,000- that would be a double win for you

Pulse Music Review: Teri Mubi Album by Afrigo Band

Pulse Hustler: Meet Ampaire Sydney, 26 Year Old CEO of Blutbad Capital

Pulse Plot! Ntare League Comes of Age, Season 11 Final Tomorrow at King’s Park Arena

How To Monetise Your Social Media

Social Media Kings: Meet Joshua Mulwana, Engineer Turned Twitter Darling

Pulse WCW: Meet Leticia Mugisha, Lawyer And Beauty Queen Thriving in Farming And Entrepreneurship

Pulse Next Big Star: Youngster Oscar Kampala Discusses Fashion, Entrepreneurship

Pulse Rewind: Good Music And Exciting Fashion At Rema’s Valentine’s Day Show

Pulse Rewind: Rudeboy Delivers Energetic Performance At The Comedy Store Show on Valentine’s Day

Pulse Plot: Big Acts In African Comedy, Artistes Jet In For Patrick Salvador’s Kololo Airstrip Show

Pulse Social Media Queen: Meet Angella Atukwase, Young Fashionista Passionate About Trends

Why Red And Black Are The colors for Valentine’s Day

Pulse MCM: Meet 23Year Old Shaka, a Master of All Trades

Pulse Fashion Tip: Why West African Head Wraps Are Taking Over Uganda

Pulse Financial Tips For a Budget Friendly Valentines 2020

Pulse Next Big Star: Meet Jordan Tumwesigye, Transforming Debate Culture in Uganda

How To Shop Online With Your MTN MoMocard

Pulse MCM: Meet Lagum The Rapper, His Passion Pays His Bills

Social Media Queens: Sarah Solomon, On Twitter and Life Changing Aspirations

Pulse Achiever: Christina Matovu, The Name Behind Burna Boy’s Electric, Award-winning Performances

Pulse Tips: Quickest Skills You Can Acquire For Free On YouTube

Pulse Rewind! Billie Eilish, 18 years, Wins 5 Grammy Awards Out of 6 Nominations

What To Consider When Picking The Awesome Location For Your Graduation Party

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Pulse MCM: Meet Okot Nerius, An Agriculture Entrepreneur And Fashion Addict

Pulse Finance Tips: ‘Centsible’ Hacks For A Broke Free 2020

MTN Graduate Development Program 2020

Pulse WCW: Meet Michelle Rutagye The Travel Enthusiast

MTN UG HIP-HOP AWARDS 2020 NOMINEES

Pulse Fashion Tip: Is It A Must To Wear A Suit At Your Graduation?

Pulse Review In Pictures: Meet The Glam At The 77TH Golden Globe Awards

Pulse Music Review: Wena EP by Kohen Jaycee

Great Burgers Review: Hangout With Affordable and Scrumptious Meals

Pulse Financial Tips: How To Survive The Janu-Worry Fever

Pulse Fashion Trends: Are Men’s Head Scarfs Trending Again?

Pulse MCM: Meet CEO of Akamere256, Phillip Mukasa Making a Fortune From Food

Pulse Music Review: Kidandali EP by JC Muyonjo

Pulse Fashion Tips: What to Rock In The New Year

How to Get Your “Mojo” at Work After a Long Holiday

Pulse Plot: Events to attend on New Year’s Eve

The True Meaning Of Boxing Day

Pulse Achiever: Biddemu Bazil Mwotta’s AgroDuuka Innovation Helps Farmers Avoid Exploitation

Pulse Rewind: SevenTeen18 Concepts Brings Miami to Kampala

How to fill your Festive Trolley Dash

Pulse Plot: A Ka Dope Night, George the Poet is Headlining

Health and Diet Watch! Here’s How to Remain Healthy in The Festive Season

Pulse WCW: Meet Barely 20 Years CEO Of A Beauty Store, Naffer Khan

Pulse Hustler: Meet Trevor Muwaata, a Resilient Young Engineer Setting The Bar

Pulse Plot: A New Edition of Blankets & Wine to Go Down This Sunday

Pulse WCW: Meet Miss Estah And Her Inspiring International Modeling Career

Pulse Rewind: Buzz Teeniez Awards Resurface With Signature Elation From Teens

Full List of Winners of the Buzz Teeniez Awards ‘19

Top 10 Ugandan Songs on Tidal This Week

PICTORIAL: WizKid Leaves Ugandans At Kololo Airstrip Craving For More Afro Beats

The Little Things To Keep You Safe From HIV/AIDS

Pulse WCW: Meet Kyaddala’s Harmony, Multi Talented and Still Venturing

Buzz Teeniez Awards 2019, Leavers’ Rock Going Down on Saturday

Pulse Fashion Tips: How To Care For Your Beard

Pulse Plot: Wizkid Set To Open The December Parties In Kampala This Thursday

How To Channel Energy To Concentrate On Exams

Pulse Next Big Star: Meet Phillipa Wamala, A 22 Year Old Making Traveling A Lifestyle

MTN Marathon Recap: How it Went Down

19 Year Old Denis Cherotich Wins 10km Race in 2019 MTN Marathon

MTN Marathon! Getting Ready, Set to Improve Maternal Health Care Together

How Pulse Has Aided Gad Roger’s Hustle

Pulse Hustler: Meet Umuhoza Faith, a 21 Year Old Talented Make Up Artist

Pulse Fashion Tips: Why Watches Are The Best Accessories Anyone Could Own

Pulse MCM: Meet Mutamba, A Recent Graduate Making it Big In The Tourism Industry

WizKid Set To Bless Ugandans With Kololo Airstrip Show This December

Pulse Plot: A Ka Dope Fusion Back in A Wild Episode 3

The Hottest TV Shows For Your Watching Pleasure

Talk And Vibe More With More Supu Voice Bundles

New School Artists Dominate Buzz Teeniez Awards Nominations List

Pulse Music Review: Jesus Is King album by Kanye West

Pulse Plot: Smirnoff Takes Fresh Bite Party To MUBS, Ice Dome Experience

8 Common And Catchy Phrases Every Pulser Should Adhere To

Pulse Hustler: Meet Chantal, A Lawyer In The making Blossoming in Decoration Business

Running Tips for Beginners and Inconsistent Runners

MCM: Meet H2C Dancer, Denis Ntembe Who Is Using Dance To Create Change

Twitter Behavior That Could Have Your Account Suspended

Social Media Queens: Meet The Ultrachic Daphne Kayondo Taking Over Instagram

Pulse Next Big Star: The Inspiring Rise of Olivia Komugisha In the Media Fraternity

Amazing Pictures From Hamilton’s Mexico GP Win, Inches Close to Sixth Title

Fashion Tips: Why Nude Colors Are Trendy

Pulse MCM: Meet Shadrack Inspiring Teens to Code, Create and Change the World

Reasons Why Running Is A Beneficial Exercise For Every Youth

Utilize Space at Home With Urban Farming and Micro-Gardening

Pulse MCM: Meet Rugby Star,Black Pirates Captain Ivan Magomu

Inter-University Dialogue Shades Light On The Role of Culture And Religion in Promoting Better Sexual Health Outcomes

Have you Hugged Someone Today?

Social Media Kings: Meet Raymond Mutamba The King Of Enjoyments In Kampala

Patoranking Unveils “Open Fire” Video Ahead of His October 25th Concert in Uganda

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Content category archives

Pulse Social Media Queen: Meet Angella Atukwase, Young Fashionista Passionate About Trends

Angella Atukwase aka Tush is a 23 year old pulser who has decided to do fashion because it’s been a dream of hers since childhood. Growing up, girls usually mentioned that they wanted to become fashion designers but that dream was washed away by the so many things we wish to become at every new step of our lives.

Unlike many other girls, Tush is living her dream as a fashion designer; right from the way she dresses, to her lifestyle. It is not shocking that the young fashionista is working to become the next Slyvia Owori in Uganda.

Tush is one of the proprietors of G & A Wear, a fashion brand that she started in her 2nd year of campus with a friend. The business started off as an online business for African print off shoulder tops and dresses however, it has now grown to having a physical location at Mukisa Arcade. Because of her love for fashion, Tush studied a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial and fine art at Makerere University.

Aside from fashion, she is a humanitarian working with a number of charitable organisations to give back to disadvantaged families. She is currently working with a non-profitable organisation called iExperience that reaches out to children and mothers offering them help and mentorship in different areas to enable them have a fairly sustainable standard of living.

Tush is a beautiful, brilliant and ambitious lady. It comes as no shock that she has a following of 14.3k followers on Instagram. People clearly love the content that she posts which includes some of the designs from her fashion brand. In the next couple of years, we hope to see G&A Wear become a household brand making more customized outfits for more Ugandans. Get yourself a pulse data bundle by dialing *157# and follow @ga_wear on Instagram or her personal page @thee_stunner_angellah

Why Red And Black Are The colors for Valentine’s Day

For those in relationships, this week has started with anxiety of what Friday will hold. You don’t know whether you get your partner an extravagant gift or something simple because you also don’t know what you will receive. However, aside from the anxiety, at MTN pulse we thought it wise to educate you on some of the things that make the day like the colors.

Red is the color of love- even the red heart on whatsapp explodes when you send it because red is not like any other color. It is the symbol of romance and also shows that someone is in love. When someone wears red on Valentines day, it is to say that they’re taken and in love.

Black in general is associated with bad news or grief. On Valentine’s Day, black goes to show that you’re alone, rejected or open to proposals from other people. Because the day is all about love, the color black is worn for those who are single to also get a chance at love.

These 2 colors are however worn together because they blend well with each other. Since they’ve traditionally been known as the colors for Valentine’s day, fashion has evolved to mix them together to keep them as the color themes for the day. You can buy yourself some black and red themed gifts on the Jumia app and enjoy a discount if you are on the pulse by dialing *157#.

Pulse MCM: Meet Lagum The Rapper, His Passion Pays His Bills

To be young and successful in Uganda’s music industry, you’ve got to have a skill and an art that makes you marketable and also makes you stand out. Lagum Owor aka Lagum the Rapper is a young pulser who has given his love and passion to music and this is probably why he is steadily growing as a Hip-hop artist.

Lagum started doing music in 2007 with a friend using Garage band on his aunt’s Mac Book. Little did he know that, that was just the beginning of an interesting roller coaster in the music industry.

In 2009 he gave rap a shot with his friends and together they formed a group called Elevate your music. However that didn’t last for long as his friends all took different career paths but he still stuck to his music. He started doing music as a solo artist in 2014 and released his first project ‘Gold and Socialize’ in the following year. Since then, he has grown and released a lot of music and he has also performed at events like Blankets and Wine, Lockdown, Shorts Na Lesu, Wizkid in Kampala and so many others.

What keeps Lagum going is his love and passion for what he does. He is currently pursuing a Degree in Sound Engineering at SAE institute in Dubai so that he can better his knowledge about his passion.
This year he plans on releasing 3EPs, a mixtape and an album. All these will be available on MTN Tidal so dial * 165 * 4 * 7 #, select Tidal music and pay for your subscription and search for Lagum and enjoy all the works of this pulser.

What To Consider When Picking The Awesome Location For Your Graduation Party

Last week Makerere University held its 70th graduation and had about 13,000 graduates leaving university to join the world of employment. Aside from the fear of not finding employment, being able to graduate is no small task so it calls for celebration. Although it is a week later, some people are still celebrating and here are tips to help you with venue selection;

The number of people

This automatically determines whether you need a small room or if you can hold your party even in your compound at home. The smaller the number of people, the less the space you need for your graduation party.

The ambience you want

The ambience is basically determined by whether you want an outdoor or indoor kind of event. With indoor you are rest assured that no weather can interrupt your event. However being the fact that it is January, even the outdoor is perfect for your event because you get to enjoy fresh and cool air.

Your budget

This is the biggest determinant of the kind of location you pick for your party. While some people will have their parties at Kampala Serena Hotel, some will have it at their homes. It is important that you acknowledge that there is life after the party ends so you need to ensure that you don’t go over board trying to impress your guests with your choice of location.

Accessibility

A graduation is not like a wedding so you probably don’t have an organising committee to take care of things like directions to the venue. So it is key that your location is easy to be found so that your phone is not buzzed with questions of how people can get there.

While doing your shopping for your graduation party ensure to pay for your things using MTN Momo pay and you could stand a chance to win a shopping spree worth Ugx 1,000,000- that would be a double win for you

Pulse Music Review: Teri Mubi Album by Afrigo Band

Pulse Hustler: Meet Ampaire Sydney, 26 Year Old CEO of Blutbad Capital

Pulse Plot! Ntare League Comes of Age, Season 11 Final Tomorrow at King’s Park Arena

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Social Media Kings: Meet Joshua Mulwana, Engineer Turned Twitter Darling

Pulse WCW: Meet Leticia Mugisha, Lawyer And Beauty Queen Thriving in Farming And Entrepreneurship

Pulse Next Big Star: Youngster Oscar Kampala Discusses Fashion, Entrepreneurship

Pulse Rewind: Good Music And Exciting Fashion At Rema’s Valentine’s Day Show

Pulse Rewind: Rudeboy Delivers Energetic Performance At The Comedy Store Show on Valentine’s Day

Pulse Plot: Big Acts In African Comedy, Artistes Jet In For Patrick Salvador’s Kololo Airstrip Show

Pulse Social Media Queen: Meet Angella Atukwase, Young Fashionista Passionate About Trends

Why Red And Black Are The colors for Valentine’s Day

Pulse MCM: Meet 23Year Old Shaka, a Master of All Trades

Pulse Fashion Tip: Why West African Head Wraps Are Taking Over Uganda

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Pulse Next Big Star: Meet Jordan Tumwesigye, Transforming Debate Culture in Uganda

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Pulse MCM: Meet Lagum The Rapper, His Passion Pays His Bills

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Pulse Achiever: Christina Matovu, The Name Behind Burna Boy’s Electric, Award-winning Performances

Pulse Tips: Quickest Skills You Can Acquire For Free On YouTube

Pulse Rewind! Billie Eilish, 18 years, Wins 5 Grammy Awards Out of 6 Nominations

What To Consider When Picking The Awesome Location For Your Graduation Party

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Pulse MCM: Meet Okot Nerius, An Agriculture Entrepreneur And Fashion Addict

Pulse Finance Tips: ‘Centsible’ Hacks For A Broke Free 2020

MTN Graduate Development Program 2020

Pulse WCW: Meet Michelle Rutagye The Travel Enthusiast

MTN UG HIP-HOP AWARDS 2020 NOMINEES

Pulse Fashion Tip: Is It A Must To Wear A Suit At Your Graduation?

Pulse Review In Pictures: Meet The Glam At The 77TH Golden Globe Awards

Pulse Music Review: Wena EP by Kohen Jaycee

Great Burgers Review: Hangout With Affordable and Scrumptious Meals

Pulse Financial Tips: How To Survive The Janu-Worry Fever

Pulse Fashion Trends: Are Men’s Head Scarfs Trending Again?

Pulse MCM: Meet CEO of Akamere256, Phillip Mukasa Making a Fortune From Food

Pulse Music Review: Kidandali EP by JC Muyonjo

Pulse Fashion Tips: What to Rock In The New Year

How to Get Your “Mojo” at Work After a Long Holiday

Pulse Plot: Events to attend on New Year’s Eve

The True Meaning Of Boxing Day

Pulse Achiever: Biddemu Bazil Mwotta’s AgroDuuka Innovation Helps Farmers Avoid Exploitation

Pulse Rewind: SevenTeen18 Concepts Brings Miami to Kampala

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Pulse Plot: A Ka Dope Night, George the Poet is Headlining

Health and Diet Watch! Here’s How to Remain Healthy in The Festive Season

Pulse WCW: Meet Barely 20 Years CEO Of A Beauty Store, Naffer Khan

Pulse Hustler: Meet Trevor Muwaata, a Resilient Young Engineer Setting The Bar

Pulse Plot: A New Edition of Blankets & Wine to Go Down This Sunday

Pulse WCW: Meet Miss Estah And Her Inspiring International Modeling Career

Pulse Rewind: Buzz Teeniez Awards Resurface With Signature Elation From Teens

Full List of Winners of the Buzz Teeniez Awards ‘19

Top 10 Ugandan Songs on Tidal This Week

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Pulse WCW: Meet Kyaddala’s Harmony, Multi Talented and Still Venturing

Buzz Teeniez Awards 2019, Leavers’ Rock Going Down on Saturday

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Pulse Plot: Wizkid Set To Open The December Parties In Kampala This Thursday

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The Hottest TV Shows For Your Watching Pleasure

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Pulse MCM: Meet Shadrack Inspiring Teens to Code, Create and Change the World

Reasons Why Running Is A Beneficial Exercise For Every Youth

Utilize Space at Home With Urban Farming and Micro-Gardening

Pulse MCM: Meet Rugby Star,Black Pirates Captain Ivan Magomu

Inter-University Dialogue Shades Light On The Role of Culture And Religion in Promoting Better Sexual Health Outcomes

Have you Hugged Someone Today?

Social Media Kings: Meet Raymond Mutamba The King Of Enjoyments In Kampala

Patoranking Unveils “Open Fire” Video Ahead of His October 25th Concert in Uganda

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Pulse Rewind: Phionah Kyeru Glamorously Crowned 2019 Miss Tourism Uganda

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Pulse Social Media Queen: Meet Angella Atukwase, Young Fashionista Passionate About Trends

Angella Atukwase aka Tush is a 23 year old pulser who has decided to do fashion because it’s been a dream of hers since childhood. Growing up, girls usually mentioned that they wanted to become fashion designers but that dream was washed away by the so many things we wish to become at every new step of our lives.

Unlike many other girls, Tush is living her dream as a fashion designer; right from the way she dresses, to her lifestyle. It is not shocking that the young fashionista is working to become the next Slyvia Owori in Uganda.

Tush is one of the proprietors of G & A Wear, a fashion brand that she started in her 2nd year of campus with a friend. The business started off as an online business for African print off shoulder tops and dresses however, it has now grown to having a physical location at Mukisa Arcade. Because of her love for fashion, Tush studied a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial and fine art at Makerere University.

Aside from fashion, she is a humanitarian working with a number of charitable organisations to give back to disadvantaged families. She is currently working with a non-profitable organisation called iExperience that reaches out to children and mothers offering them help and mentorship in different areas to enable them have a fairly sustainable standard of living.

Tush is a beautiful, brilliant and ambitious lady. It comes as no shock that she has a following of 14.3k followers on Instagram. People clearly love the content that she posts which includes some of the designs from her fashion brand. In the next couple of years, we hope to see G&A Wear become a household brand making more customized outfits for more Ugandans. Get yourself a pulse data bundle by dialing *157# and follow @ga_wear on Instagram or her personal page @thee_stunner_angellah

Why Red And Black Are The colors for Valentine’s Day

For those in relationships, this week has started with anxiety of what Friday will hold. You don’t know whether you get your partner an extravagant gift or something simple because you also don’t know what you will receive. However, aside from the anxiety, at MTN pulse we thought it wise to educate you on some of the things that make the day like the colors.

Red is the color of love- even the red heart on whatsapp explodes when you send it because red is not like any other color. It is the symbol of romance and also shows that someone is in love. When someone wears red on Valentines day, it is to say that they’re taken and in love.

Black in general is associated with bad news or grief. On Valentine’s Day, black goes to show that you’re alone, rejected or open to proposals from other people. Because the day is all about love, the color black is worn for those who are single to also get a chance at love.

These 2 colors are however worn together because they blend well with each other. Since they’ve traditionally been known as the colors for Valentine’s day, fashion has evolved to mix them together to keep them as the color themes for the day. You can buy yourself some black and red themed gifts on the Jumia app and enjoy a discount if you are on the pulse by dialing *157#.

Pulse MCM: Meet Lagum The Rapper, His Passion Pays His Bills

To be young and successful in Uganda’s music industry, you’ve got to have a skill and an art that makes you marketable and also makes you stand out. Lagum Owor aka Lagum the Rapper is a young pulser who has given his love and passion to music and this is probably why he is steadily growing as a Hip-hop artist.

Lagum started doing music in 2007 with a friend using Garage band on his aunt’s Mac Book. Little did he know that, that was just the beginning of an interesting roller coaster in the music industry.

In 2009 he gave rap a shot with his friends and together they formed a group called Elevate your music. However that didn’t last for long as his friends all took different career paths but he still stuck to his music. He started doing music as a solo artist in 2014 and released his first project ‘Gold and Socialize’ in the following year. Since then, he has grown and released a lot of music and he has also performed at events like Blankets and Wine, Lockdown, Shorts Na Lesu, Wizkid in Kampala and so many others.

What keeps Lagum going is his love and passion for what he does. He is currently pursuing a Degree in Sound Engineering at SAE institute in Dubai so that he can better his knowledge about his passion.
This year he plans on releasing 3EPs, a mixtape and an album. All these will be available on MTN Tidal so dial * 165 * 4 * 7 #, select Tidal music and pay for your subscription and search for Lagum and enjoy all the works of this pulser.

What To Consider When Picking The Awesome Location For Your Graduation Party

Last week Makerere University held its 70th graduation and had about 13,000 graduates leaving university to join the world of employment. Aside from the fear of not finding employment, being able to graduate is no small task so it calls for celebration. Although it is a week later, some people are still celebrating and here are tips to help you with venue selection;

The number of people

This automatically determines whether you need a small room or if you can hold your party even in your compound at home. The smaller the number of people, the less the space you need for your graduation party.

The ambience you want

The ambience is basically determined by whether you want an outdoor or indoor kind of event. With indoor you are rest assured that no weather can interrupt your event. However being the fact that it is January, even the outdoor is perfect for your event because you get to enjoy fresh and cool air.

Your budget

This is the biggest determinant of the kind of location you pick for your party. While some people will have their parties at Kampala Serena Hotel, some will have it at their homes. It is important that you acknowledge that there is life after the party ends so you need to ensure that you don’t go over board trying to impress your guests with your choice of location.

Accessibility

A graduation is not like a wedding so you probably don’t have an organising committee to take care of things like directions to the venue. So it is key that your location is easy to be found so that your phone is not buzzed with questions of how people can get there.

While doing your shopping for your graduation party ensure to pay for your things using MTN Momo pay and you could stand a chance to win a shopping spree worth Ugx 1,000,000- that would be a double win for you

Pulse Music Review: Teri Mubi Album by Afrigo Band

Pulse Hustler: Meet Ampaire Sydney, 26 Year Old CEO of Blutbad Capital

Pulse Plot! Ntare League Comes of Age, Season 11 Final Tomorrow at King’s Park Arena

How To Monetise Your Social Media

Social Media Kings: Meet Joshua Mulwana, Engineer Turned Twitter Darling

Pulse WCW: Meet Leticia Mugisha, Lawyer And Beauty Queen Thriving in Farming And Entrepreneurship

Pulse Next Big Star: Youngster Oscar Kampala Discusses Fashion, Entrepreneurship

Pulse Rewind: Good Music And Exciting Fashion At Rema’s Valentine’s Day Show

Pulse Rewind: Rudeboy Delivers Energetic Performance At The Comedy Store Show on Valentine’s Day

Pulse Plot: Big Acts In African Comedy, Artistes Jet In For Patrick Salvador’s Kololo Airstrip Show

Pulse Social Media Queen: Meet Angella Atukwase, Young Fashionista Passionate About Trends

Why Red And Black Are The colors for Valentine’s Day

Pulse MCM: Meet 23Year Old Shaka, a Master of All Trades

Pulse Fashion Tip: Why West African Head Wraps Are Taking Over Uganda

Pulse Financial Tips For a Budget Friendly Valentines 2020

Pulse Next Big Star: Meet Jordan Tumwesigye, Transforming Debate Culture in Uganda

How To Shop Online With Your MTN MoMocard

Pulse MCM: Meet Lagum The Rapper, His Passion Pays His Bills

Social Media Queens: Sarah Solomon, On Twitter and Life Changing Aspirations

Pulse Achiever: Christina Matovu, The Name Behind Burna Boy’s Electric, Award-winning Performances

Pulse Tips: Quickest Skills You Can Acquire For Free On YouTube

Pulse Rewind! Billie Eilish, 18 years, Wins 5 Grammy Awards Out of 6 Nominations

What To Consider When Picking The Awesome Location For Your Graduation Party

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Pulse MCM: Meet Okot Nerius, An Agriculture Entrepreneur And Fashion Addict

Pulse Finance Tips: ‘Centsible’ Hacks For A Broke Free 2020

MTN Graduate Development Program 2020

Pulse WCW: Meet Michelle Rutagye The Travel Enthusiast

MTN UG HIP-HOP AWARDS 2020 NOMINEES

Pulse Fashion Tip: Is It A Must To Wear A Suit At Your Graduation?

Pulse Review In Pictures: Meet The Glam At The 77TH Golden Globe Awards

Pulse Music Review: Wena EP by Kohen Jaycee

Great Burgers Review: Hangout With Affordable and Scrumptious Meals

Pulse Financial Tips: How To Survive The Janu-Worry Fever

Pulse Fashion Trends: Are Men’s Head Scarfs Trending Again?

Pulse MCM: Meet CEO of Akamere256, Phillip Mukasa Making a Fortune From Food

Pulse Music Review: Kidandali EP by JC Muyonjo

Pulse Fashion Tips: What to Rock In The New Year

How to Get Your “Mojo” at Work After a Long Holiday

Pulse Plot: Events to attend on New Year’s Eve

The True Meaning Of Boxing Day

Pulse Achiever: Biddemu Bazil Mwotta’s AgroDuuka Innovation Helps Farmers Avoid Exploitation

Pulse Rewind: SevenTeen18 Concepts Brings Miami to Kampala

How to fill your Festive Trolley Dash

Pulse Plot: A Ka Dope Night, George the Poet is Headlining

Health and Diet Watch! Here’s How to Remain Healthy in The Festive Season

Pulse WCW: Meet Barely 20 Years CEO Of A Beauty Store, Naffer Khan

Pulse Hustler: Meet Trevor Muwaata, a Resilient Young Engineer Setting The Bar

Pulse Plot: A New Edition of Blankets & Wine to Go Down This Sunday

Pulse WCW: Meet Miss Estah And Her Inspiring International Modeling Career

Pulse Rewind: Buzz Teeniez Awards Resurface With Signature Elation From Teens

Full List of Winners of the Buzz Teeniez Awards ‘19

Top 10 Ugandan Songs on Tidal This Week

PICTORIAL: WizKid Leaves Ugandans At Kololo Airstrip Craving For More Afro Beats

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Pulse WCW: Meet Kyaddala’s Harmony, Multi Talented and Still Venturing

Buzz Teeniez Awards 2019, Leavers’ Rock Going Down on Saturday

Pulse Fashion Tips: How To Care For Your Beard

Pulse Plot: Wizkid Set To Open The December Parties In Kampala This Thursday

How To Channel Energy To Concentrate On Exams

Pulse Next Big Star: Meet Phillipa Wamala, A 22 Year Old Making Traveling A Lifestyle

MTN Marathon Recap: How it Went Down

19 Year Old Denis Cherotich Wins 10km Race in 2019 MTN Marathon

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Pulse Hustler: Meet Umuhoza Faith, a 21 Year Old Talented Make Up Artist

Pulse Fashion Tips: Why Watches Are The Best Accessories Anyone Could Own

Pulse MCM: Meet Mutamba, A Recent Graduate Making it Big In The Tourism Industry

WizKid Set To Bless Ugandans With Kololo Airstrip Show This December

Pulse Plot: A Ka Dope Fusion Back in A Wild Episode 3

The Hottest TV Shows For Your Watching Pleasure

Talk And Vibe More With More Supu Voice Bundles

New School Artists Dominate Buzz Teeniez Awards Nominations List

Pulse Music Review: Jesus Is King album by Kanye West

Pulse Plot: Smirnoff Takes Fresh Bite Party To MUBS, Ice Dome Experience

8 Common And Catchy Phrases Every Pulser Should Adhere To

Pulse Hustler: Meet Chantal, A Lawyer In The making Blossoming in Decoration Business

Running Tips for Beginners and Inconsistent Runners

MCM: Meet H2C Dancer, Denis Ntembe Who Is Using Dance To Create Change

Twitter Behavior That Could Have Your Account Suspended

Social Media Queens: Meet The Ultrachic Daphne Kayondo Taking Over Instagram

Pulse Next Big Star: The Inspiring Rise of Olivia Komugisha In the Media Fraternity

Amazing Pictures From Hamilton’s Mexico GP Win, Inches Close to Sixth Title

Fashion Tips: Why Nude Colors Are Trendy

Pulse MCM: Meet Shadrack Inspiring Teens to Code, Create and Change the World

Reasons Why Running Is A Beneficial Exercise For Every Youth

Utilize Space at Home With Urban Farming and Micro-Gardening

Pulse MCM: Meet Rugby Star,Black Pirates Captain Ivan Magomu

Inter-University Dialogue Shades Light On The Role of Culture And Religion in Promoting Better Sexual Health Outcomes

Have you Hugged Someone Today?

Social Media Kings: Meet Raymond Mutamba The King Of Enjoyments In Kampala

Patoranking Unveils “Open Fire” Video Ahead of His October 25th Concert in Uganda

How to Maintain a Nice Afro

Pulse Rewind: Phionah Kyeru Glamorously Crowned 2019 Miss Tourism Uganda

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Pulse WCW: Meet Isimbi Jojo, East Africa’s Pride in Canada

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Content category archives

Pulse Social Media Queen: Meet Angella Atukwase, Young Fashionista Passionate About Trends

Angella Atukwase aka Tush is a 23 year old pulser who has decided to do fashion because it’s been a dream of hers since childhood. Growing up, girls usually mentioned that they wanted to become fashion designers but that dream was washed away by the so many things we wish to become at every new step of our lives.

Unlike many other girls, Tush is living her dream as a fashion designer; right from the way she dresses, to her lifestyle. It is not shocking that the young fashionista is working to become the next Slyvia Owori in Uganda.

Tush is one of the proprietors of G & A Wear, a fashion brand that she started in her 2nd year of campus with a friend. The business started off as an online business for African print off shoulder tops and dresses however, it has now grown to having a physical location at Mukisa Arcade. Because of her love for fashion, Tush studied a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial and fine art at Makerere University.

Aside from fashion, she is a humanitarian working with a number of charitable organisations to give back to disadvantaged families. She is currently working with a non-profitable organisation called iExperience that reaches out to children and mothers offering them help and mentorship in different areas to enable them have a fairly sustainable standard of living.

Tush is a beautiful, brilliant and ambitious lady. It comes as no shock that she has a following of 14.3k followers on Instagram. People clearly love the content that she posts which includes some of the designs from her fashion brand. In the next couple of years, we hope to see G&A Wear become a household brand making more customized outfits for more Ugandans. Get yourself a pulse data bundle by dialing *157# and follow @ga_wear on Instagram or her personal page @thee_stunner_angellah

Why Red And Black Are The colors for Valentine’s Day

For those in relationships, this week has started with anxiety of what Friday will hold. You don’t know whether you get your partner an extravagant gift or something simple because you also don’t know what you will receive. However, aside from the anxiety, at MTN pulse we thought it wise to educate you on some of the things that make the day like the colors.

Red is the color of love- even the red heart on whatsapp explodes when you send it because red is not like any other color. It is the symbol of romance and also shows that someone is in love. When someone wears red on Valentines day, it is to say that they’re taken and in love.

Black in general is associated with bad news or grief. On Valentine’s Day, black goes to show that you’re alone, rejected or open to proposals from other people. Because the day is all about love, the color black is worn for those who are single to also get a chance at love.

These 2 colors are however worn together because they blend well with each other. Since they’ve traditionally been known as the colors for Valentine’s day, fashion has evolved to mix them together to keep them as the color themes for the day. You can buy yourself some black and red themed gifts on the Jumia app and enjoy a discount if you are on the pulse by dialing *157#.

Pulse MCM: Meet Lagum The Rapper, His Passion Pays His Bills

To be young and successful in Uganda’s music industry, you’ve got to have a skill and an art that makes you marketable and also makes you stand out. Lagum Owor aka Lagum the Rapper is a young pulser who has given his love and passion to music and this is probably why he is steadily growing as a Hip-hop artist.

Lagum started doing music in 2007 with a friend using Garage band on his aunt’s Mac Book. Little did he know that, that was just the beginning of an interesting roller coaster in the music industry.

In 2009 he gave rap a shot with his friends and together they formed a group called Elevate your music. However that didn’t last for long as his friends all took different career paths but he still stuck to his music. He started doing music as a solo artist in 2014 and released his first project ‘Gold and Socialize’ in the following year. Since then, he has grown and released a lot of music and he has also performed at events like Blankets and Wine, Lockdown, Shorts Na Lesu, Wizkid in Kampala and so many others.

What keeps Lagum going is his love and passion for what he does. He is currently pursuing a Degree in Sound Engineering at SAE institute in Dubai so that he can better his knowledge about his passion.
This year he plans on releasing 3EPs, a mixtape and an album. All these will be available on MTN Tidal so dial * 165 * 4 * 7 #, select Tidal music and pay for your subscription and search for Lagum and enjoy all the works of this pulser.

What To Consider When Picking The Awesome Location For Your Graduation Party

Last week Makerere University held its 70th graduation and had about 13,000 graduates leaving university to join the world of employment. Aside from the fear of not finding employment, being able to graduate is no small task so it calls for celebration. Although it is a week later, some people are still celebrating and here are tips to help you with venue selection;

The number of people

This automatically determines whether you need a small room or if you can hold your party even in your compound at home. The smaller the number of people, the less the space you need for your graduation party.

The ambience you want

The ambience is basically determined by whether you want an outdoor or indoor kind of event. With indoor you are rest assured that no weather can interrupt your event. However being the fact that it is January, even the outdoor is perfect for your event because you get to enjoy fresh and cool air.

Your budget

This is the biggest determinant of the kind of location you pick for your party. While some people will have their parties at Kampala Serena Hotel, some will have it at their homes. It is important that you acknowledge that there is life after the party ends so you need to ensure that you don’t go over board trying to impress your guests with your choice of location.

Accessibility

A graduation is not like a wedding so you probably don’t have an organising committee to take care of things like directions to the venue. So it is key that your location is easy to be found so that your phone is not buzzed with questions of how people can get there.

While doing your shopping for your graduation party ensure to pay for your things using MTN Momo pay and you could stand a chance to win a shopping spree worth Ugx 1,000,000- that would be a double win for you

Pulse Music Review: Teri Mubi Album by Afrigo Band

Pulse Hustler: Meet Ampaire Sydney, 26 Year Old CEO of Blutbad Capital

Pulse Plot! Ntare League Comes of Age, Season 11 Final Tomorrow at King’s Park Arena

How To Monetise Your Social Media

Social Media Kings: Meet Joshua Mulwana, Engineer Turned Twitter Darling

Pulse WCW: Meet Leticia Mugisha, Lawyer And Beauty Queen Thriving in Farming And Entrepreneurship

Pulse Next Big Star: Youngster Oscar Kampala Discusses Fashion, Entrepreneurship

Pulse Rewind: Good Music And Exciting Fashion At Rema’s Valentine’s Day Show

Pulse Rewind: Rudeboy Delivers Energetic Performance At The Comedy Store Show on Valentine’s Day

Pulse Plot: Big Acts In African Comedy, Artistes Jet In For Patrick Salvador’s Kololo Airstrip Show

Pulse Social Media Queen: Meet Angella Atukwase, Young Fashionista Passionate About Trends

Why Red And Black Are The colors for Valentine’s Day

Pulse MCM: Meet 23Year Old Shaka, a Master of All Trades

Pulse Fashion Tip: Why West African Head Wraps Are Taking Over Uganda

Pulse Financial Tips For a Budget Friendly Valentines 2020

Pulse Next Big Star: Meet Jordan Tumwesigye, Transforming Debate Culture in Uganda

How To Shop Online With Your MTN MoMocard

Pulse MCM: Meet Lagum The Rapper, His Passion Pays His Bills

Social Media Queens: Sarah Solomon, On Twitter and Life Changing Aspirations

Pulse Achiever: Christina Matovu, The Name Behind Burna Boy’s Electric, Award-winning Performances

Pulse Tips: Quickest Skills You Can Acquire For Free On YouTube

Pulse Rewind! Billie Eilish, 18 years, Wins 5 Grammy Awards Out of 6 Nominations

What To Consider When Picking The Awesome Location For Your Graduation Party

How To Maintain Your Hair In The Heat

Pulse MCM: Meet Okot Nerius, An Agriculture Entrepreneur And Fashion Addict

Pulse Finance Tips: ‘Centsible’ Hacks For A Broke Free 2020

MTN Graduate Development Program 2020

Pulse WCW: Meet Michelle Rutagye The Travel Enthusiast

MTN UG HIP-HOP AWARDS 2020 NOMINEES

Pulse Fashion Tip: Is It A Must To Wear A Suit At Your Graduation?

Pulse Review In Pictures: Meet The Glam At The 77TH Golden Globe Awards

Pulse Music Review: Wena EP by Kohen Jaycee

Great Burgers Review: Hangout With Affordable and Scrumptious Meals

Pulse Financial Tips: How To Survive The Janu-Worry Fever

Pulse Fashion Trends: Are Men’s Head Scarfs Trending Again?

Pulse MCM: Meet CEO of Akamere256, Phillip Mukasa Making a Fortune From Food

Pulse Music Review: Kidandali EP by JC Muyonjo

Pulse Fashion Tips: What to Rock In The New Year

How to Get Your “Mojo” at Work After a Long Holiday

Pulse Plot: Events to attend on New Year’s Eve

The True Meaning Of Boxing Day

Pulse Achiever: Biddemu Bazil Mwotta’s AgroDuuka Innovation Helps Farmers Avoid Exploitation

Pulse Rewind: SevenTeen18 Concepts Brings Miami to Kampala

How to fill your Festive Trolley Dash

Pulse Plot: A Ka Dope Night, George the Poet is Headlining

Health and Diet Watch! Here’s How to Remain Healthy in The Festive Season

Pulse WCW: Meet Barely 20 Years CEO Of A Beauty Store, Naffer Khan

Pulse Hustler: Meet Trevor Muwaata, a Resilient Young Engineer Setting The Bar

Pulse Plot: A New Edition of Blankets & Wine to Go Down This Sunday

Pulse WCW: Meet Miss Estah And Her Inspiring International Modeling Career

Pulse Rewind: Buzz Teeniez Awards Resurface With Signature Elation From Teens

Full List of Winners of the Buzz Teeniez Awards ‘19

Top 10 Ugandan Songs on Tidal This Week

PICTORIAL: WizKid Leaves Ugandans At Kololo Airstrip Craving For More Afro Beats

The Little Things To Keep You Safe From HIV/AIDS

Pulse WCW: Meet Kyaddala’s Harmony, Multi Talented and Still Venturing

Buzz Teeniez Awards 2019, Leavers’ Rock Going Down on Saturday

Pulse Fashion Tips: How To Care For Your Beard

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Pulse Social Media Queen: Meet Angella Atukwase, Young Fashionista Passionate About Trends

Angella Atukwase aka Tush is a 23 year old pulser who has decided to do fashion because it’s been a dream of hers since childhood. Growing up, girls usually mentioned that they wanted to become fashion designers but that dream was washed away by the so many things we wish to become at every new step of our lives.

Unlike many other girls, Tush is living her dream as a fashion designer; right from the way she dresses, to her lifestyle. It is not shocking that the young fashionista is working to become the next Slyvia Owori in Uganda.

Tush is one of the proprietors of G & A Wear, a fashion brand that she started in her 2nd year of campus with a friend. The business started off as an online business for African print off shoulder tops and dresses however, it has now grown to having a physical location at Mukisa Arcade. Because of her love for fashion, Tush studied a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial and fine art at Makerere University.

Aside from fashion, she is a humanitarian working with a number of charitable organisations to give back to disadvantaged families. She is currently working with a non-profitable organisation called iExperience that reaches out to children and mothers offering them help and mentorship in different areas to enable them have a fairly sustainable standard of living.

Tush is a beautiful, brilliant and ambitious lady. It comes as no shock that she has a following of 14.3k followers on Instagram. People clearly love the content that she posts which includes some of the designs from her fashion brand. In the next couple of years, we hope to see G&A Wear become a household brand making more customized outfits for more Ugandans. Get yourself a pulse data bundle by dialing *157# and follow @ga_wear on Instagram or her personal page @thee_stunner_angellah

Why Red And Black Are The colors for Valentine’s Day

For those in relationships, this week has started with anxiety of what Friday will hold. You don’t know whether you get your partner an extravagant gift or something simple because you also don’t know what you will receive. However, aside from the anxiety, at MTN pulse we thought it wise to educate you on some of the things that make the day like the colors.

Red is the color of love- even the red heart on whatsapp explodes when you send it because red is not like any other color. It is the symbol of romance and also shows that someone is in love. When someone wears red on Valentines day, it is to say that they’re taken and in love.

Black in general is associated with bad news or grief. On Valentine’s Day, black goes to show that you’re alone, rejected or open to proposals from other people. Because the day is all about love, the color black is worn for those who are single to also get a chance at love.

These 2 colors are however worn together because they blend well with each other. Since they’ve traditionally been known as the colors for Valentine’s day, fashion has evolved to mix them together to keep them as the color themes for the day. You can buy yourself some black and red themed gifts on the Jumia app and enjoy a discount if you are on the pulse by dialing *157#.

Pulse MCM: Meet Lagum The Rapper, His Passion Pays His Bills

To be young and successful in Uganda’s music industry, you’ve got to have a skill and an art that makes you marketable and also makes you stand out. Lagum Owor aka Lagum the Rapper is a young pulser who has given his love and passion to music and this is probably why he is steadily growing as a Hip-hop artist.

Lagum started doing music in 2007 with a friend using Garage band on his aunt’s Mac Book. Little did he know that, that was just the beginning of an interesting roller coaster in the music industry.

In 2009 he gave rap a shot with his friends and together they formed a group called Elevate your music. However that didn’t last for long as his friends all took different career paths but he still stuck to his music. He started doing music as a solo artist in 2014 and released his first project ‘Gold and Socialize’ in the following year. Since then, he has grown and released a lot of music and he has also performed at events like Blankets and Wine, Lockdown, Shorts Na Lesu, Wizkid in Kampala and so many others.

What keeps Lagum going is his love and passion for what he does. He is currently pursuing a Degree in Sound Engineering at SAE institute in Dubai so that he can better his knowledge about his passion.
This year he plans on releasing 3EPs, a mixtape and an album. All these will be available on MTN Tidal so dial * 165 * 4 * 7 #, select Tidal music and pay for your subscription and search for Lagum and enjoy all the works of this pulser.

What To Consider When Picking The Awesome Location For Your Graduation Party

Last week Makerere University held its 70th graduation and had about 13,000 graduates leaving university to join the world of employment. Aside from the fear of not finding employment, being able to graduate is no small task so it calls for celebration. Although it is a week later, some people are still celebrating and here are tips to help you with venue selection;

The number of people

This automatically determines whether you need a small room or if you can hold your party even in your compound at home. The smaller the number of people, the less the space you need for your graduation party.

The ambience you want

The ambience is basically determined by whether you want an outdoor or indoor kind of event. With indoor you are rest assured that no weather can interrupt your event. However being the fact that it is January, even the outdoor is perfect for your event because you get to enjoy fresh and cool air.

Your budget

This is the biggest determinant of the kind of location you pick for your party. While some people will have their parties at Kampala Serena Hotel, some will have it at their homes. It is important that you acknowledge that there is life after the party ends so you need to ensure that you don’t go over board trying to impress your guests with your choice of location.

Accessibility

A graduation is not like a wedding so you probably don’t have an organising committee to take care of things like directions to the venue. So it is key that your location is easy to be found so that your phone is not buzzed with questions of how people can get there.

While doing your shopping for your graduation party ensure to pay for your things using MTN Momo pay and you could stand a chance to win a shopping spree worth Ugx 1,000,000- that would be a double win for you

Pulse Music Review: Teri Mubi Album by Afrigo Band

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Pulse Rewind: Rudeboy Delivers Energetic Performance At The Comedy Store Show on Valentine’s Day

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The True Meaning Of Boxing Day

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Pulse WCW: Meet Barely 20 Years CEO Of A Beauty Store, Naffer Khan

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Pulse Next Big Star: Meet Phillipa Wamala, A 22 Year Old Making Traveling A Lifestyle

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Pulse MCM: Meet Rugby Star,Black Pirates Captain Ivan Magomu

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Content category archives

Pulse Social Media Queen: Meet Angella Atukwase, Young Fashionista Passionate About Trends

Angella Atukwase aka Tush is a 23 year old pulser who has decided to do fashion because it’s been a dream of hers since childhood. Growing up, girls usually mentioned that they wanted to become fashion designers but that dream was washed away by the so many things we wish to become at every new step of our lives.

Unlike many other girls, Tush is living her dream as a fashion designer; right from the way she dresses, to her lifestyle. It is not shocking that the young fashionista is working to become the next Slyvia Owori in Uganda.

Tush is one of the proprietors of G & A Wear, a fashion brand that she started in her 2nd year of campus with a friend. The business started off as an online business for African print off shoulder tops and dresses however, it has now grown to having a physical location at Mukisa Arcade. Because of her love for fashion, Tush studied a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial and fine art at Makerere University.

Aside from fashion, she is a humanitarian working with a number of charitable organisations to give back to disadvantaged families. She is currently working with a non-profitable organisation called iExperience that reaches out to children and mothers offering them help and mentorship in different areas to enable them have a fairly sustainable standard of living.

Tush is a beautiful, brilliant and ambitious lady. It comes as no shock that she has a following of 14.3k followers on Instagram. People clearly love the content that she posts which includes some of the designs from her fashion brand. In the next couple of years, we hope to see G&A Wear become a household brand making more customized outfits for more Ugandans. Get yourself a pulse data bundle by dialing *157# and follow @ga_wear on Instagram or her personal page @thee_stunner_angellah

Why Red And Black Are The colors for Valentine’s Day

For those in relationships, this week has started with anxiety of what Friday will hold. You don’t know whether you get your partner an extravagant gift or something simple because you also don’t know what you will receive. However, aside from the anxiety, at MTN pulse we thought it wise to educate you on some of the things that make the day like the colors.

Red is the color of love- even the red heart on whatsapp explodes when you send it because red is not like any other color. It is the symbol of romance and also shows that someone is in love. When someone wears red on Valentines day, it is to say that they’re taken and in love.

Black in general is associated with bad news or grief. On Valentine’s Day, black goes to show that you’re alone, rejected or open to proposals from other people. Because the day is all about love, the color black is worn for those who are single to also get a chance at love.

These 2 colors are however worn together because they blend well with each other. Since they’ve traditionally been known as the colors for Valentine’s day, fashion has evolved to mix them together to keep them as the color themes for the day. You can buy yourself some black and red themed gifts on the Jumia app and enjoy a discount if you are on the pulse by dialing *157#.

Pulse MCM: Meet Lagum The Rapper, His Passion Pays His Bills

To be young and successful in Uganda’s music industry, you’ve got to have a skill and an art that makes you marketable and also makes you stand out. Lagum Owor aka Lagum the Rapper is a young pulser who has given his love and passion to music and this is probably why he is steadily growing as a Hip-hop artist.

Lagum started doing music in 2007 with a friend using Garage band on his aunt’s Mac Book. Little did he know that, that was just the beginning of an interesting roller coaster in the music industry.

In 2009 he gave rap a shot with his friends and together they formed a group called Elevate your music. However that didn’t last for long as his friends all took different career paths but he still stuck to his music. He started doing music as a solo artist in 2014 and released his first project ‘Gold and Socialize’ in the following year. Since then, he has grown and released a lot of music and he has also performed at events like Blankets and Wine, Lockdown, Shorts Na Lesu, Wizkid in Kampala and so many others.

What keeps Lagum going is his love and passion for what he does. He is currently pursuing a Degree in Sound Engineering at SAE institute in Dubai so that he can better his knowledge about his passion.
This year he plans on releasing 3EPs, a mixtape and an album. All these will be available on MTN Tidal so dial * 165 * 4 * 7 #, select Tidal music and pay for your subscription and search for Lagum and enjoy all the works of this pulser.

What To Consider When Picking The Awesome Location For Your Graduation Party

Last week Makerere University held its 70th graduation and had about 13,000 graduates leaving university to join the world of employment. Aside from the fear of not finding employment, being able to graduate is no small task so it calls for celebration. Although it is a week later, some people are still celebrating and here are tips to help you with venue selection;

The number of people

This automatically determines whether you need a small room or if you can hold your party even in your compound at home. The smaller the number of people, the less the space you need for your graduation party.

The ambience you want

The ambience is basically determined by whether you want an outdoor or indoor kind of event. With indoor you are rest assured that no weather can interrupt your event. However being the fact that it is January, even the outdoor is perfect for your event because you get to enjoy fresh and cool air.

Your budget

This is the biggest determinant of the kind of location you pick for your party. While some people will have their parties at Kampala Serena Hotel, some will have it at their homes. It is important that you acknowledge that there is life after the party ends so you need to ensure that you don’t go over board trying to impress your guests with your choice of location.

Accessibility

A graduation is not like a wedding so you probably don’t have an organising committee to take care of things like directions to the venue. So it is key that your location is easy to be found so that your phone is not buzzed with questions of how people can get there.

While doing your shopping for your graduation party ensure to pay for your things using MTN Momo pay and you could stand a chance to win a shopping spree worth Ugx 1,000,000- that would be a double win for you

Pulse Music Review: Teri Mubi Album by Afrigo Band

Pulse Hustler: Meet Ampaire Sydney, 26 Year Old CEO of Blutbad Capital

Pulse Plot! Ntare League Comes of Age, Season 11 Final Tomorrow at King’s Park Arena

How To Monetise Your Social Media

Social Media Kings: Meet Joshua Mulwana, Engineer Turned Twitter Darling

Pulse WCW: Meet Leticia Mugisha, Lawyer And Beauty Queen Thriving in Farming And Entrepreneurship

Pulse Next Big Star: Youngster Oscar Kampala Discusses Fashion, Entrepreneurship

Pulse Rewind: Good Music And Exciting Fashion At Rema’s Valentine’s Day Show

Pulse Rewind: Rudeboy Delivers Energetic Performance At The Comedy Store Show on Valentine’s Day

Pulse Plot: Big Acts In African Comedy, Artistes Jet In For Patrick Salvador’s Kololo Airstrip Show

Pulse Social Media Queen: Meet Angella Atukwase, Young Fashionista Passionate About Trends

Why Red And Black Are The colors for Valentine’s Day

Pulse MCM: Meet 23Year Old Shaka, a Master of All Trades

Pulse Fashion Tip: Why West African Head Wraps Are Taking Over Uganda

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Pulse Next Big Star: Meet Jordan Tumwesigye, Transforming Debate Culture in Uganda

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Pulse Achiever: Christina Matovu, The Name Behind Burna Boy’s Electric, Award-winning Performances

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What To Consider When Picking The Awesome Location For Your Graduation Party

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Pulse MCM: Meet Okot Nerius, An Agriculture Entrepreneur And Fashion Addict

Pulse Finance Tips: ‘Centsible’ Hacks For A Broke Free 2020

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Pulse WCW: Meet Michelle Rutagye The Travel Enthusiast

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Pulse Fashion Tip: Is It A Must To Wear A Suit At Your Graduation?

Pulse Review In Pictures: Meet The Glam At The 77TH Golden Globe Awards

Pulse Music Review: Wena EP by Kohen Jaycee

Great Burgers Review: Hangout With Affordable and Scrumptious Meals

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Pulse Fashion Trends: Are Men’s Head Scarfs Trending Again?

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Pulse Fashion Tips: What to Rock In The New Year

How to Get Your “Mojo” at Work After a Long Holiday

Pulse Plot: Events to attend on New Year’s Eve

The True Meaning Of Boxing Day

Pulse Achiever: Biddemu Bazil Mwotta’s AgroDuuka Innovation Helps Farmers Avoid Exploitation

Pulse Rewind: SevenTeen18 Concepts Brings Miami to Kampala

How to fill your Festive Trolley Dash

Pulse Plot: A Ka Dope Night, George the Poet is Headlining

Health and Diet Watch! Here’s How to Remain Healthy in The Festive Season

Pulse WCW: Meet Barely 20 Years CEO Of A Beauty Store, Naffer Khan

Pulse Hustler: Meet Trevor Muwaata, a Resilient Young Engineer Setting The Bar

Pulse Plot: A New Edition of Blankets & Wine to Go Down This Sunday

Pulse WCW: Meet Miss Estah And Her Inspiring International Modeling Career

Pulse Rewind: Buzz Teeniez Awards Resurface With Signature Elation From Teens

Full List of Winners of the Buzz Teeniez Awards ‘19

Top 10 Ugandan Songs on Tidal This Week

PICTORIAL: WizKid Leaves Ugandans At Kololo Airstrip Craving For More Afro Beats

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Pulse WCW: Meet Kyaddala’s Harmony, Multi Talented and Still Venturing

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Pulse Fashion Tips: How To Care For Your Beard

Pulse Plot: Wizkid Set To Open The December Parties In Kampala This Thursday

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Pulse Next Big Star: Meet Phillipa Wamala, A 22 Year Old Making Traveling A Lifestyle

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Pulse Hustler: Meet Umuhoza Faith, a 21 Year Old Talented Make Up Artist

Pulse Fashion Tips: Why Watches Are The Best Accessories Anyone Could Own

Pulse MCM: Meet Mutamba, A Recent Graduate Making it Big In The Tourism Industry

WizKid Set To Bless Ugandans With Kololo Airstrip Show This December

Pulse Plot: A Ka Dope Fusion Back in A Wild Episode 3

The Hottest TV Shows For Your Watching Pleasure

Talk And Vibe More With More Supu Voice Bundles

New School Artists Dominate Buzz Teeniez Awards Nominations List

Pulse Music Review: Jesus Is King album by Kanye West

Pulse Plot: Smirnoff Takes Fresh Bite Party To MUBS, Ice Dome Experience

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Twitter Behavior That Could Have Your Account Suspended

Social Media Queens: Meet The Ultrachic Daphne Kayondo Taking Over Instagram

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Pulse MCM: Meet Rugby Star,Black Pirates Captain Ivan Magomu

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Social Media Kings: Meet Raymond Mutamba The King Of Enjoyments In Kampala

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Pulse Rewind: Phionah Kyeru Glamorously Crowned 2019 Miss Tourism Uganda

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Content category archives

Pulse Social Media Queen: Meet Angella Atukwase, Young Fashionista Passionate About Trends

Angella Atukwase aka Tush is a 23 year old pulser who has decided to do fashion because it’s been a dream of hers since childhood. Growing up, girls usually mentioned that they wanted to become fashion designers but that dream was washed away by the so many things we wish to become at every new step of our lives.

Unlike many other girls, Tush is living her dream as a fashion designer; right from the way she dresses, to her lifestyle. It is not shocking that the young fashionista is working to become the next Slyvia Owori in Uganda.

Tush is one of the proprietors of G & A Wear, a fashion brand that she started in her 2nd year of campus with a friend. The business started off as an online business for African print off shoulder tops and dresses however, it has now grown to having a physical location at Mukisa Arcade. Because of her love for fashion, Tush studied a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial and fine art at Makerere University.

Aside from fashion, she is a humanitarian working with a number of charitable organisations to give back to disadvantaged families. She is currently working with a non-profitable organisation called iExperience that reaches out to children and mothers offering them help and mentorship in different areas to enable them have a fairly sustainable standard of living.

Tush is a beautiful, brilliant and ambitious lady. It comes as no shock that she has a following of 14.3k followers on Instagram. People clearly love the content that she posts which includes some of the designs from her fashion brand. In the next couple of years, we hope to see G&A Wear become a household brand making more customized outfits for more Ugandans. Get yourself a pulse data bundle by dialing *157# and follow @ga_wear on Instagram or her personal page @thee_stunner_angellah

Why Red And Black Are The colors for Valentine’s Day

For those in relationships, this week has started with anxiety of what Friday will hold. You don’t know whether you get your partner an extravagant gift or something simple because you also don’t know what you will receive. However, aside from the anxiety, at MTN pulse we thought it wise to educate you on some of the things that make the day like the colors.

Red is the color of love- even the red heart on whatsapp explodes when you send it because red is not like any other color. It is the symbol of romance and also shows that someone is in love. When someone wears red on Valentines day, it is to say that they’re taken and in love.

Black in general is associated with bad news or grief. On Valentine’s Day, black goes to show that you’re alone, rejected or open to proposals from other people. Because the day is all about love, the color black is worn for those who are single to also get a chance at love.

These 2 colors are however worn together because they blend well with each other. Since they’ve traditionally been known as the colors for Valentine’s day, fashion has evolved to mix them together to keep them as the color themes for the day. You can buy yourself some black and red themed gifts on the Jumia app and enjoy a discount if you are on the pulse by dialing *157#.

Pulse MCM: Meet Lagum The Rapper, His Passion Pays His Bills

To be young and successful in Uganda’s music industry, you’ve got to have a skill and an art that makes you marketable and also makes you stand out. Lagum Owor aka Lagum the Rapper is a young pulser who has given his love and passion to music and this is probably why he is steadily growing as a Hip-hop artist.

Lagum started doing music in 2007 with a friend using Garage band on his aunt’s Mac Book. Little did he know that, that was just the beginning of an interesting roller coaster in the music industry.

In 2009 he gave rap a shot with his friends and together they formed a group called Elevate your music. However that didn’t last for long as his friends all took different career paths but he still stuck to his music. He started doing music as a solo artist in 2014 and released his first project ‘Gold and Socialize’ in the following year. Since then, he has grown and released a lot of music and he has also performed at events like Blankets and Wine, Lockdown, Shorts Na Lesu, Wizkid in Kampala and so many others.

What keeps Lagum going is his love and passion for what he does. He is currently pursuing a Degree in Sound Engineering at SAE institute in Dubai so that he can better his knowledge about his passion.
This year he plans on releasing 3EPs, a mixtape and an album. All these will be available on MTN Tidal so dial * 165 * 4 * 7 #, select Tidal music and pay for your subscription and search for Lagum and enjoy all the works of this pulser.

What To Consider When Picking The Awesome Location For Your Graduation Party

Last week Makerere University held its 70th graduation and had about 13,000 graduates leaving university to join the world of employment. Aside from the fear of not finding employment, being able to graduate is no small task so it calls for celebration. Although it is a week later, some people are still celebrating and here are tips to help you with venue selection;

The number of people

This automatically determines whether you need a small room or if you can hold your party even in your compound at home. The smaller the number of people, the less the space you need for your graduation party.

The ambience you want

The ambience is basically determined by whether you want an outdoor or indoor kind of event. With indoor you are rest assured that no weather can interrupt your event. However being the fact that it is January, even the outdoor is perfect for your event because you get to enjoy fresh and cool air.

Your budget

This is the biggest determinant of the kind of location you pick for your party. While some people will have their parties at Kampala Serena Hotel, some will have it at their homes. It is important that you acknowledge that there is life after the party ends so you need to ensure that you don’t go over board trying to impress your guests with your choice of location.

Accessibility

A graduation is not like a wedding so you probably don’t have an organising committee to take care of things like directions to the venue. So it is key that your location is easy to be found so that your phone is not buzzed with questions of how people can get there.

While doing your shopping for your graduation party ensure to pay for your things using MTN Momo pay and you could stand a chance to win a shopping spree worth Ugx 1,000,000- that would be a double win for you

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Pulse Social Media Queen: Meet Angella Atukwase, Young Fashionista Passionate About Trends

Angella Atukwase aka Tush is a 23 year old pulser who has decided to do fashion because it’s been a dream of hers since childhood. Growing up, girls usually mentioned that they wanted to become fashion designers but that dream was washed away by the so many things we wish to become at every new step of our lives.

Unlike many other girls, Tush is living her dream as a fashion designer; right from the way she dresses, to her lifestyle. It is not shocking that the young fashionista is working to become the next Slyvia Owori in Uganda.

Tush is one of the proprietors of G & A Wear, a fashion brand that she started in her 2nd year of campus with a friend. The business started off as an online business for African print off shoulder tops and dresses however, it has now grown to having a physical location at Mukisa Arcade. Because of her love for fashion, Tush studied a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial and fine art at Makerere University.

Aside from fashion, she is a humanitarian working with a number of charitable organisations to give back to disadvantaged families. She is currently working with a non-profitable organisation called iExperience that reaches out to children and mothers offering them help and mentorship in different areas to enable them have a fairly sustainable standard of living.

Tush is a beautiful, brilliant and ambitious lady. It comes as no shock that she has a following of 14.3k followers on Instagram. People clearly love the content that she posts which includes some of the designs from her fashion brand. In the next couple of years, we hope to see G&A Wear become a household brand making more customized outfits for more Ugandans. Get yourself a pulse data bundle by dialing *157# and follow @ga_wear on Instagram or her personal page @thee_stunner_angellah

Why Red And Black Are The colors for Valentine’s Day

For those in relationships, this week has started with anxiety of what Friday will hold. You don’t know whether you get your partner an extravagant gift or something simple because you also don’t know what you will receive. However, aside from the anxiety, at MTN pulse we thought it wise to educate you on some of the things that make the day like the colors.

Red is the color of love- even the red heart on whatsapp explodes when you send it because red is not like any other color. It is the symbol of romance and also shows that someone is in love. When someone wears red on Valentines day, it is to say that they’re taken and in love.

Black in general is associated with bad news or grief. On Valentine’s Day, black goes to show that you’re alone, rejected or open to proposals from other people. Because the day is all about love, the color black is worn for those who are single to also get a chance at love.

These 2 colors are however worn together because they blend well with each other. Since they’ve traditionally been known as the colors for Valentine’s day, fashion has evolved to mix them together to keep them as the color themes for the day. You can buy yourself some black and red themed gifts on the Jumia app and enjoy a discount if you are on the pulse by dialing *157#.

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To be young and successful in Uganda’s music industry, you’ve got to have a skill and an art that makes you marketable and also makes you stand out. Lagum Owor aka Lagum the Rapper is a young pulser who has given his love and passion to music and this is probably why he is steadily growing as a Hip-hop artist.

Lagum started doing music in 2007 with a friend using Garage band on his aunt’s Mac Book. Little did he know that, that was just the beginning of an interesting roller coaster in the music industry.

In 2009 he gave rap a shot with his friends and together they formed a group called Elevate your music. However that didn’t last for long as his friends all took different career paths but he still stuck to his music. He started doing music as a solo artist in 2014 and released his first project ‘Gold and Socialize’ in the following year. Since then, he has grown and released a lot of music and he has also performed at events like Blankets and Wine, Lockdown, Shorts Na Lesu, Wizkid in Kampala and so many others.

What keeps Lagum going is his love and passion for what he does. He is currently pursuing a Degree in Sound Engineering at SAE institute in Dubai so that he can better his knowledge about his passion.
This year he plans on releasing 3EPs, a mixtape and an album. All these will be available on MTN Tidal so dial * 165 * 4 * 7 #, select Tidal music and pay for your subscription and search for Lagum and enjoy all the works of this pulser.

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Last week Makerere University held its 70th graduation and had about 13,000 graduates leaving university to join the world of employment. Aside from the fear of not finding employment, being able to graduate is no small task so it calls for celebration. Although it is a week later, some people are still celebrating and here are tips to help you with venue selection;

The number of people

This automatically determines whether you need a small room or if you can hold your party even in your compound at home. The smaller the number of people, the less the space you need for your graduation party.

The ambience you want

The ambience is basically determined by whether you want an outdoor or indoor kind of event. With indoor you are rest assured that no weather can interrupt your event. However being the fact that it is January, even the outdoor is perfect for your event because you get to enjoy fresh and cool air.

Your budget

This is the biggest determinant of the kind of location you pick for your party. While some people will have their parties at Kampala Serena Hotel, some will have it at their homes. It is important that you acknowledge that there is life after the party ends so you need to ensure that you don’t go over board trying to impress your guests with your choice of location.

Accessibility

A graduation is not like a wedding so you probably don’t have an organising committee to take care of things like directions to the venue. So it is key that your location is easy to be found so that your phone is not buzzed with questions of how people can get there.

While doing your shopping for your graduation party ensure to pay for your things using MTN Momo pay and you could stand a chance to win a shopping spree worth Ugx 1,000,000- that would be a double win for you

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