|Directed by||Turyatemba Medard Sonko|
|Screenplay by||Turyatemba Medard Sonko|
|Based on||true story|
|Narrated by||Turyatemba Medard Sonko|
|Music by||Mushana productions|
|Distributed by||ICE-P Omutaka|
|69 minutes per part|
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Love y'ahati is a Ugandan movie that was aced[clarification needed] by Banyakyitara film actors, produced in Runyakitara Language, a language composed of Runyankole, Rukiga, Runyoro and Rutooro. It was produced in a 2012, depicting what the present love amongst the different modern people looks like. It was produced by Mushana productions and ICE-p Omutaka one of well known videographers in Uganda.
It all started when Mark dated his girlfriend Liz for a very long period of time as they both grew up in the village. Years later, Mark left his home for Kampala to work in return, but decided to leave the girlfriend in the village. After a few years of hustle in town, Mark's girlfriend Liz was tempted by Mr Rukyanga, who had other two wives at home, because of the money and other riches.
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