Celebrated investigative journalist and former NBS TV news anchor, Solomon Serwanjja is venturing into Cafe and Lounge business, he has announced.
On July 30th, Serwanjja quit the Naguru based TV station following six years of service.
Serwanjja, who in 2019 won the BBC World News Komla Dumor Award for his investigative story on the illegal sale of prescription drugs, is currently the Executive Director of African Institute for Investigative Journalism.
His recently opened side hustle is called G-Cafe and Lounge located at Oil Libya fuel station along the Gayaza-Nakwero road.
“I am happy to tell you about the launch of the G-Cafe and Lounge. If you are in Gayaza and the surrounding areas, come and we give you a VIP treatment with our special dishes. We are located behind the Oil Libya fuel station along the Gayaza-Nakwero road. Come support our hustle,” he tweeted over the weekend.
In addition to NBS, Serwanjja has in the past worked as news reporter and anchor for KTN, UBC and NTV.
He has a Degree of Master of Arts in Journalism and Communication from Makerere University.
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