Ruth Kalibbala asks Sandra Lian about dating Crysto Panda

Ruth Kalibbala Bwanika wanted the tea about Sandra Lian's relationship with Crysto Panda.

Sandra Lian, Crysto Panda and Ruth Kalibbala

While speaking to Lian, Kalibbala asked her to comment on rumours that she (Lian) dated Panda, who is a singer, radio and TV personality.

Kalibbala: Rumours swirled about your relationship with Panda.

Lian: We are taking that route?

Kalibbala: Crysto Panda!

Lian: When did we reach there?

Kalibbala: We were talking and you shared your thoughts on dating celebrities, and I remembered.

Lian: Haha

Kalibbala: I was happy, hoping it was true. I like Panda a lot. he is calm, hard-working and he is not the proud and jumpy type. Like most guys his age.

Lian: Haha!

Kalibbala: With all the fame that he has. And you are also vibrant and everything. So, I was like, Oh God, how I wish this is true. How was it?

Lian: That's why I told you I don't discuss my relationship.

Kalibbala: Okay!

Lian: Yeah.

Kalibbala: Okay!

Lian: Yeah. Haha.

Kalibbala: I'm still on my knees hoping for it to work.

Sandra Lian had earlier told Ruth Kalibbala that she wouldn't want to date a celebrity because a relationship gets chaotic when both partners are in the limelight.

However, she didn't deny or confirm dating Crysto Pando with whom they seem to have chemistry.

Sandra Lian Lusiya, who is a video editor, news anchor and TV host, hails from Luwero, she went to Our Lady of Africa S.S. Namilyango, St. Kizito Katikamu S.S and Mutesa I Royal University where she studied Mass Communication.

She told Kalibbala that she started dancing while in school and she was a highly-rated Maganda dancer.

Her media internship was at Delta TV, where she tried out lots of things, including videography and working as a receptionist.

It's here that she met the legendary TV and radio host Denis Katongole Omutongole whom she even invited for her graduation party.

They became friends and he gave her a five-minute segment in his show at Delta.

She was later fired from Delta for skipping work.

She went back home and after a while, an opportunity to work as a video editor at Baba TV for 500k came knocking.

She was posted in Jinja, but she didn't get the 500k as promised, only 200k.

After two months, she protested to join the Baba TV branch in Ntinda, Kampala.

While there, they gave her an opportunity to present a gossip segment on the morning show.

She later landed an opportunity to work with Next Media where she started as a video editor, and she has since evolved into a news anchor and host.

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