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Minibuzz moves to Bukedde TV
Publish Date: Feb 03, 2014
Minibuzz moves to Bukedde TV
The new hosts of the show are Fun Factory comedian Zizinga Dickson and former Life and People TV series host, Justine Nameere
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By Vision Reporter

Made in Africa TV’s Minibuzz programme returns today at 6:30pm on Bukedde TV1.

“We are very excited that Minibuzz has joined Bukedde TV1 and the rest of the Vision Group family. Everyone who loves the show will be able to continue watching it daily from Monday to Friday on Bukedde TV1, explained Minibuzz senior producer, Ssanyu Kalibbala.

‘This switch from another TV station is also a great opportunity for the TV show to reach out to an even wider audience,’ she adds.

As Minibuzz turns in a new direction to Bukedde TV1, it also unveils two exciting new hosts, Fun Factory comedian Zizinga Dickson and former Life and People TV series host, Justine Nameere

‘We believe that Zizzinga and Justine make a wonderful pair and will render the discussions on the bus all the more entertaining and informative,” Kalibbala said.

The Bukedde TV1 station manager, Semei Wessaali, said: “We believe that Bukedde TV1 is the perfect home for Minibuzz and cannot wait to share this programme with our ever growing audience.”

Minibuzz will be broadcast on Bukedde TV1 every Monday to Friday at 6:30pm to 7:00pm. Weekly highlights will also be aired on the same station from 5:00pm to 6:00pm on Sundays.

What is the Minibuzz?

Minibuzz is a highly successful, popular and unique TV programme.

It is an educational and entertaining current affairs programme that prompts national debate by giving spontaneously selected Ugandan commuters, a free ride in a mobile TV station in a matatu/minibus to their destination. During their ride, they discuss the topics of the day (Kyogereko).

Every month, the Minibuzz transports hundreds of people to their destinations around Kampala and rural regions to share their views with Ugandans nationwide.

According to research by Afropinions in 2013, 71% of Minibuzz viewers ‘really like’ the show, and 76% ‘continue to discuss the topics of the day’ after the show and ‘take action’. Indeed, 24,000 people on Minibuzz Uganda’s Facebook and Twitter pages corroborate the show’s strong impact.

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