Television personality Justine Nameere has been temporarily disbanded by Salt Media‘s management for her constant expensive demands and rowdy behavior. The management of the Christian values based television station has decided to suspend her to help put her rowdy and flashy lifestyle in check.

When Nameere left her NTV job where she was presenting the Life Stories program a few years ago, she immediately joined Salt Media and has since been working as part of the Salt FM backroom staff. Salt Media is owned by popular Kampala pastor Aloysious Bugingo.

Pastor Aloysious Bugingo, the CEO of Salt Media.

Since joining Salt Media’s radio station Salt FM a month ago as Production Manager for the Omunnyo Kumakya radio show, Nameere has not really been one of the favorite employees at her new work station for various reasons. Being a new employee in a company that upholds Christian values, you would have expected Nameere to be on her best behavior. A source inside Salt FM however indicates that Nameere was given a month’s suspension over gross disrespect for her employers. She has not learnt from her past mistakes since it was another rift with a top manager at NTV that got her dismissed.  The source states that;

“She came with an attitude, changing cars everyday and was very disrespectful towards her bosses. She always claims to know better and she rarely listens to anyone’s opinion. She is not a team player.”

The accorded suspension was sparked off after she raised her voice at the station’s top Manager Charles James Ssenkubuge ‘Siasa‘, during an argument. This did not go down well with the media veteran, Siasa, who forwarded the case to Human Resources from where the decision to disband Justine Nameere was reached. The suspension will surely expire at the end as this month but Nameere has registered her name in the bad books of the media house and her stay there might be shorter than expected.

Senkubuge Siasa.

We wish her well nonetheless!

Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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