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NTV Uganda Promotes Sheila Gashumba From T Nation To The Beat

TV presenter Sheila Gashumba has quit T Nation, a teen programme she has been presenting on NTV Uganda. Sources say Sheila quit after she was promoted to present The Beat alongside Douglas Lwanga at the Kampala Serena hotel based station. Her last T Nation work was shown on Sunday on the station.

Sheila Gashumba

Frank Gashumba Pays Tribute To Daughter’s Work
Sheila Gashumba’s father Frank Gashumba has paid tribute to fast rising career. Posting on his Facebook page, the SIMUKA Uganda CEO praised his daughter for the hard work. He also thanked WBS Tv for grooming her and NTV for taking her on till now.Sheila and her dad Frank Gashumba

Sheila and her dad Frank Gashumba

Frank Gashumba’s Tribute To Sheila Gashumba
In 2006, Sheilah Gashumba started her journey in the TV World reading the Kids News on Kids Corner on WBS TV and then in 2007, she was accredited as the youngest journalist to cover CHOGM, on becoming a teenager she joined Teens Club on WBS TV. In 2012, she joined NTV on a Teens magazine show “T-Nation” and it has always been a must tune in for teens every Saturday.

Sheilah also did internship at FIDA, an association that fights for women’s rights and also at Uchumi Garden City in 2012.
At the age of 18, she founded a charity organization, Young Bodies Big Hearts which is an association of teenagers from middle class families to help the needy and last year she visited Mulago Hospital and Katanga in 2013.

She has won
1.MOST GIFTED TEEN 2012 at the SUPER TALENT AWARDS, 2.BEST TEENS TV PRESENTER 2013 at the BUZZ TEENZ AWARDS.
3. MOST SUPPORTIVE TV PRESENTER at the Kadanke Anniversary
4.BEST TEENS PROGRAM AT THE RADIO AND TV AWARDS 2013 AND 2014
5.ALL ROUND TALENTED STUDENT at Kabojja International School 2013.
6. BEST DANCER AT Kabojja International School 2013 and she was the MC at Miss Rwanda in Kigali in 2014.

These achievements don’t belong to Sheilah alone, they belong to you her relatives, friends and fans. As Nelson Mandela Madiba stated that a child is raised by a community.

My sincere thanks goes to WBS TV for identifying her talent at a tender age and my deep felt thanks to NTV, her producer Raymond Walusimbi and the entire management at NTV not forgetting Aga Khan who makes sure she gets salary every end of the month.
Lastly because of her image in public. She is now doing a commercial for Centenary Bank.

Today Sunday 10th, August at 5.45pm. She will be doing her last show as a T-Nation TV Presenter as NTV prepares her from teen presenter to a LIVE TV SHOW. Trust me it will be a must tune in.

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