Sheila Gashumba On Cloud 9: Lands New Deal After Hookup With Rickman

Sheila Gashumba On Cloud 9: Lands New Deal After Hookup With Rickman

By Our Reporter

If there is anyone whose life is so good currently then it is former TV star Sheila Gashumba, daughter of city political activist Frank Gashumba.

Our Moles intimate that Sheila is literally on Cloud 9 because of the good things  that are happening to her one after another.

Just recently we revealed how Sheila had hooked up with Sweden based Ugandan singer cum footballer Rickman Manrick, who is warming her nights ever since she split with socialite Ali Lwanga aka God’s Plan.

Well, the latest is that she has since landed a deal as brand ambassador to renowned Spanish wine Martinellis.

Sheila Gashumba and new lover Rickman Manrick

Moles reveal that Sheila inked the deal for the endorsement early this week and held a glamorous party to celebrate the achievement, which was held at Amare Palace.

The event was strictly by invite, and was graced by Kampala’s top-notch celebrities and public figures.

Sheilah was in the company of her boyfriend Rickman and as it has always been, the two looked so glamorous in pink and white, which was the dress code of the event.

“Super proud and excited to be the official ambassador of Martinellis in Uganda. Martinellis is a light semi-dry sparkling wine which is made in the South European region, like Spain or Portugal,” Sheila wrote on social media.

Sheila Gashumba with Rickman and their bouncers

She added that; “Martinellis, gets its bubbles by undergoing the fermentation process twice: once in barrels and again in bottles. This process gives it the unique taste. It’s the same method which is used to make Champagne. This method is a result of centuries old practices which all began with Dom Perignon in the Hautvilliers Abbey in Reims, France. The true way to make Martinellis still relies on blending grapes, fermenting the wine in bottles, riddling the bottles to reduce pressure, and disgorging the sediment from the neck. Any current producer of sparkling wine who strictly follows these procedures can legally use the expression “methode champenoise”. The first bottle of Martinellis was produced in the year 1846.”

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