Word reaching ChimpLyf indicates that not all is well at Yusuf Lule road based Cineplex Cinemas as it is reported that Garden City and Oasis Mall landlords have closed both premises of the pioneer Cinema service providers.
Cineplex which is owned by Arthur Busingye’s HUB Entertainment Ltd has been closed for the last 3 days for failure to clear rent amounting to hundreds of millions.
Sources close to the company indicate that things started falling apart at the movies when more competitors offering cheaper and more up-to-date services started pouring into the market at a terrible rate about two years ago. It is reported that this is when Cineplex that had dominated the cinema market for close to two decades started facing serious financial troubles.
With more cinemas having advanced technology in town, advice http://creamiicandy.com/wp-includes/class-wp-locale.php Cineplex who had been stuck to their old analogue machines were forced to upgrade and procure expensive modern digital technologies to match their competitors who had started showing movies in 3D.
This was a very costly purchase as Cineplex was at the time running over 6 Cinema halls in its two stations. This coupled with the fall in the number of customers is said to be the main reason that led to the bottomless financial crisis being experienced at the movies.
It is said that the crisis has led to a number of bottlenecks including employees’ wages going for months without being cleared and non-payment of rent.
“This is not the first time that the premises are being closed; many times they close but reopen after negotiations with the landlords, ask http://compuaprende.com/components/com_community/templates/jomsocial/layouts/events.ical.php but this time round, they might close for good,” a reliable source told ChimpLyf.
Female Ugandan gospel music artist, information pills http://cides.med.up.pt/templates/yoo_revista/warp/layouts/modules/templates/2-1-2.php Patricia Mujungu has promised a mega performance a head of her gospel explosive show in Kampala next week.
The “Make it with you” singer is also famous for her hits like Niwe and I love u that have always kept the airwaves busy.
When asked to describe who she is, Mujungu simply answered “Am An African fashion designer, fourth child in a family of 8 God fearing, very kind and grateful, “she said adding that these are some of the attributes that have helped shape her to climb the ladder of spiritual music.
Her blend of music which involves a bit of afro fusion, Urban and Reggae music is a class that entertains all age group and a perfect match for the ever changing music demand in the country.
“In the past, people could sing soul music mostly but things have changed, the youth are mad with hip hop and that is the way to go,” Mujungu said.
“People should expect the best of me on Friday 10th October Silver Springs Hotel Bugolobi as I do my full album on live band,” she said.
This is the second gospel explosion for the youth following a successful forward concert at Emerald hotel by Robinsan Hairwe last month.