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Ruth Kalibbala Quits NTV Uganda

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Veteran media personality and beloved host of the vibrant “Mwasuze Mutya” show, Ruth Kalibbala, has bid a fond farewell to her role at the esteemed Serena Hotel-based media outlet, Spark TV/NTV. The surprising news of Kalibbala’s departure was unveiled by none other than her close confidant and former co-host, Kasuku, known for their dynamic duo days on Dembe FM’s lively “Twezimbe” show, a daily weekday staple.

In a recent revelation, Kasuku shared plans for an exciting new venture with Kalibbala, set to unfold on the digital stage of Kasuku Live’s YouTube channel. The duo, renowned for their infectious chemistry, aims to bring their blend of entertainment and insight to audiences between the hours of 10 am and 2 pm.

Speaking on their newfound collaboration, Kasuku expressed immense joy and comfort in working alongside Kalibbala, a sentiment he revealed he hadn’t quite found with others throughout his 13-year media career. Their on-air synergy has made them a highly sought-after pair, with Kasuku noting their readiness to bring their talents to any media outlet that values their dynamic partnership—though not without a nod to the importance of a “juicy” salary!

The departure of Ruth Kalibbala marks the end of an era at Spark TV/NTV, where she stepped into the shoes of the esteemed Faridah Nakazibwe as the show’s host. Nakazibwe, an icon in her own right, graced the screens for an impressive 17 years before embarking on new endeavors, including a recent move to Canada in search of fresh opportunities.

As fans bid adieu to Kalibbala’s memorable presence on Spark TV/NTV, all eyes are now eagerly fixed on the horizon, awaiting the vibrant energy and engaging banter promised by the upcoming Kasuku-Kalibbala collaboration. Whether it’s through screens or airwaves, one thing is for certain—this duo is set to light up the media landscape once again!

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