Media personality and YouTuber Ibrah K. Mukasa becomes the latest celebrity to leave Uganda for greener pastures.
According to reports, Mukasa has left his position at Nation Media Group’s Spark TV to relocate to the United States, where he has landed a Kyeyo.
Mukasa, who hosted the Koona program every Friday, confirmed his departure in an interview with NBS TV’s Zambali Bulasio Mukasa, stating that he will not be returning to Uganda anytime soon.
When asked about his plans for survival in the States, Mukasa replied that he had been well-informed and equipped with notes on how to manage, making it unlikely that he would return to Uganda soon.
“The first time I wanted to disappear here in America, I was given notes and advice on what to do, and then I returned to Uganda.”
“But now, I’m here to stay forever. For those who demand my money or anything, eat that money. For those who are demanding me, just know that I won’t pay you back.”
“I’m off to the United States. Those who are demanding me should take it like a bank has burnt to ashes with all files dissolved and vice versa,” he said.
Apparently, Spark TV is left with a void of replacing Ibrah K Mukasa with someone new who will host the Koona show after replacing Rwamiti Miles who departed to join politics.
Ibrah K Mukasa’s departure comes at a time when he faces legal charges of offensive communication he made against the renowned TikToker Godfather.
It should be recalled that he was arrested and granted a police bond mid-last month when he was summoned to Kawempe Police Station.
Ibrah K Mukasa joins a number of celebrities who relocated to USA including Katongole Omutongole, Flavia Namulindwa, Ragga Ben among others.