Meet Kisembo Ronex Tendo, The Guy At The Centre Of Bad Black, Ministry Of Heath Advert Saga – SEE PICTURES

When Coronavirus struck, many pledged to contribute food, finances and other items in efforts to create awareness and help the vulnerable Ugandans who were under lockdown.

Among the companies that pledged awareness, was Precision Media which approached Bad Black and agreed to record an advert urging the sex workers on boarder districts to stop mixing with the truck drivers.

The advert went viral but on June 12th, Bad Black through her lawyers, Musangala advocates and solicitors served the Attorney General notice of intention to sue, demanding 550m for an advert 14 days or face courts of law.

 

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Bad Black says on April 29th, she was approached by Kisembo Ronex Tendo of Precision Media acting as an agent of Ministry of Health and asked her to record a paid advert sensitizing the public about the dangers of Covid-19 especially for ladies who interact with truck drivers.

Bad Black

The self proclaimed prostitute was told that on top of being paid, they would arrange and she meets president Museveni whom she would discuss the amounts for the advert.

She waited to be taken to meet the president in vain.

Who is Kisembo Ronex Tendo:

Kisembo Ronex Tendo runs Tendo Grill Limited (once located at Namboole Stadium).
He also the man behind the Afrika Mashariki Festival, a project that has led him to dine with Africa’s who is who including President Yoweri Museveni, Burundi’s late president Pierre Nkurunziza amomg others.

On June 9th, 2019 he received a medal from president Museveni on heroes celebrations at Kasanje play grounds, Wakiso district.

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From their website, Precision Media is described:
“Precision Media is a East-African communications and business consultancy providing turnkey solutions that empowers companies to grow their business on the East African continent. Since 2019, Precision Media has utilised it’s strong relationships and knowledge of East Africa to help companies flourish by communicating their stories.

Our clients have developed over the years and so have we, expanding our services and creating new partnerships to better support enterprises of all sizes

We’re investing in new ways to help companies and entrepreneurs communicate and thrive because Precision Media is committed to East Africa excellence. This approach enables our clients to focus on people, building their organisations, and creating jobs that fuel the future for East Africa.”

See Kisembo Ronex Tendo pictures below: