KAMPALA – Seasoned talk show host Charles Mwanguhya Mpagi has joined NBS Television in a shock move from NTV Uganda.
Mwanguhya replaces journalist Joseph Sabiti who joined Parliament staff as a Principal Press Secretary to Deputy Speaker Anita Among.
Mwanguhya will host Thursday’s political talk show, NBS Frontline.
— Desire Derekford Mugumisa (@DMugumisa) September 2, 2021
Desire Derekford Mugumisa who heads the communications docket at Next Media Service said Mwanguhya joined the station on September 1.
“Mwanguhya joins us as our new host for the market-leading weekly political talk show, “The Frontline,” Mugumisa said.
— NBS Television (@nbstv) September 2, 2021
“Viewers can expect that I will deploy my wide experience to strengthen and give depth to The Frontline. We are going to have a no-holds-barred show, delivered with professionalism and respect, backed by research,” Mwanguhya told Next Media Service’s online news portal.
Congratulations to my brother @c_mwanguhya for taking over the piloting role of #NBSFrontline, effective today! I am glad it's U who has been trusted with this huge role. Your media, and talkshow experience + knowledge, coupled with humility,is a great resource! God bless U bro! pic.twitter.com/JAR5G0yX6k
— Charles Odongtho (@Codongtho) September 2, 2021
He is a seasoned journalist/producers with a vast experience of over 20 years in the media industry.
Mwanguhya is a serving Minister of Information in Tooro Kingdom.
Mr Mwanguhya has until recently been Bureau Chief of the East African newspaper in Uganda.
He formerly hosted the Fourth Estate on NTV and KFM-Live talk show.
Mr. Mwanguhya served as the political editor of the Monitor Publications Limited, the producers of Daily, Saturday, and Sunday Monitor.