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Watch: When Zahara Totto played video vixen in Jamal’s 'Omusomesa'

Zahara Totto was a video vixen in Jamal Wasswa's hit single Omusomesa.

Zahara Totto

Omusomesa, which is a love ballad, is one of Wasswa's biggest songs, and it is always an earworm every time you listen to it.

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Totto, real name Zahara Nalumansi, did a good job in the video though there seems to be no clear copy of the song's video on the internet.

Totto's career in the music industry didn't stop at being a video vixen.

She was also a singer in a group called Chilli Galz.

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The Chilli Galz hit the music scene with their debut hit single Omulungi Yoono, rocking airwaves for several months.

It was an all-girl group made up of Mariam Nabaccwa (Kabs), Sheila Uzamukunda (Shyla), Zahara Toto, Peace Ayebale Charity (P-Tyra), and Yvonne Karuyonga (Ivy).

Meanwhile, before joining Chilli Galz, Totto had stints at Maisha Dancers and Obsessions.

After quitting singing, she also reportedly had gigs in marketing bars before joining Spark TV where got immense eyeballs after teaming up with Anna Talia Oze to give entertainment gossip updates.

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In 2018, the duo joined Next Media, hosting an evening show on NBS TV and Totto also scored a radio gig at Next Radio, which is also under Next Media. Recently, she has been dabbling in deejaying.

The self-proclaimed Field Marshal Entertainer, according to publicly available information, completed her primary education at Kibuli Police Children School, then joined Muyenga High School and completed her 'O' level at Kisubi High School.

She was in senior four when she landed a gig to work with NTV Uganda Uganda to host T-Nation, a teen-facing show that she reportedly resigned from after becoming pregnant.

Then in 2015, she returned to media after Spark TV, a sister company to NTV – was launched to entertain the female audience and she was given a show called Live Wire, the gossip show she hosted for three years.

Since joining Next Media in 2018, she's worked with different brands under the Naguru-based media conglomerate.

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