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Mc Kats wants Universities to get free condoms

Mc Kats believes it will help in reducing the spread of the deadly disease.

Media personality Edwin Katamba aka Mc Kats is one of the few people who have stood up to fight against HIV/AIDs and continues to do so.

The NBS After 5 show host has appealed to the Uganda Aids Commission to start supplying free condoms to Universities.

He believes it will help in reducing the spread of the deadly disease.

“I was telling Uganda Aids Commission management that we need to start supplying condoms in Universities to keep the students free from this disease,” he explained in an interview.

Mc Kats is organised a virtual concert on NBS TV over the weekend in celebration of World Aids Day which is marked on 01st December every year.

He urged Ugandans to tune and support his cause of fighting stigma and sensitizing masses about AIDS.

Mc Kats Biography

MC Kats is a popular Ugandan media personality, music analyst, and family man.

MC Kats is thirty-seven as of 2021. His parents, Juliet Lubanga and Hajji Lwanga live in Kampala. His real name is Edwin Katamba.

Edwin attained his academic qualifications at Namilyango primary, Busoga College, Kitante High, and Makerere High. He then proceeded to UMCAT School of Journalism to study a course in Journalism and Mass Communication.

He kicked off his professional career in the media world at WBS TV in a show called named Teens’ Club. This then launched him for more gigs developing his skills and networks as an MC. He hosted events at institutions and concerts such as Wizkid’s musical concerts. He has also worked at NTV Uganda given his exposure to Journalism and Mass Communication. He then moved to NBS TV running a show named NBS after5. He currently ranks as one of Uganda’s most sought MCs.

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