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The self-proclaimed Big Size who is known for being an ardent supporter of Museveni while entertaining the delegates that had turned up for the forum dedicated the moving song to the president as a way of thanking him (Museveni) for his outstanding contribution to the country.
President Museveni was endorsing Regenerative Urban Development at the 4th Future of Cities Forum.
After the performance, sildenafil http://cctvcameraz.com/wp-content/plugins/templates/default/extras/taxonomy-topic-tag.php Bebe Cool got a chance to chat with the president and shake hands with Uganda’s main man. From the look on Bebe’s face, he was completely ‘star struck’ as he was grinning from ear to ear.
Bebe Cool who was backed by his band as usual put on a touching and great performance as the delegates sang along.
Uganda becomes the first country in Africa to host the forum.
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The ‘Work it Out’ star shared the details with his fans on Facebook saying that the classical music event is the first of its kind to ever be held at the restaurant and will be free for everyone to attend.
Preparations are in high gear as he posted a picture of him having a meeting with his employees at The Sound Cup to ensure that everything goes right during the show. He took to Facebook and Twitter to update his fans on the proceedings of the much anticipated classical musical show.
“This Thursday at The Sound Cup, we will have a classical music show by The Kampala Music School! It will be the first Classical show we’ve ever done at the restaurant! It’s free for everyone, but you can reserve a table for you and your people if you want to,” Maurice said.
Kampala Music School (KMS) was opened in 2001 and brought many donated pianos, as well as other instruments, into various institutions in Uganda such as churches and schools. KMS also teaches classical and jazz music.
Things have of late been going well for the ‘Blue Dress Song’ star as he has recently been nominated thrice in the All Africa Music Awards and he took to social media to express his happiness and share the good news with his huge legion of fans.
“Oh my goodness, I hadn’t scrolled to the end. I also got nominated for ARTISTE OF THE YEAR! Three nominations including Best Male East Africa and Best African RnB Soul in the All Africa Music Awards. Thanks to all of you,” the excited artiste said.