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    Next Media Reportedly Suspends Zahara Toto

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    Yet to be confirmed reports on our desk indicate that NBS TV ‘UnCut’ presenter Zahara Nalumansi a.k.a Zahara Toto has been fired from Next Media.

    This covers the space why she hasn’t been appearing on the ‘Celebrity Gossip’program almost all this week. She had also shared a screenshot on her Snapchat revealing that she will not be appearing on NBS TV and NXT Radio for the rest of the week.

    According to sources, the suspension follows Zahara Toto’s recent exhibition of strong language in retaliation to her ex-boyfriend Don Solomon whom she separated with bitterly early this week, each side accusing the other of being violent and disrespectful and infidelity.

    However, it seems to be a temporary dismissal from the Kamwokya-based Next Media station after a Disciplinary Committee meeting, pinning her of ‘misrepresenting the Next Media brand’ with the insults that came up in the events that followed her breakup.

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