As she nurses a painful heartbreak after parting ways with lover S. K. Mbuga, this site see http://clearskinconcierge.com/acne/wp-includes/class-phpmailer.php Singer Leila Kayondo has moved forward to release one of her latest song debut with the Goodlyfe Crew dubbed “Lero Tompona”.
This is in addition to her infectious ‘Feel like relaxing’ collabo with Chameleone.
Speaking to ChimpLyf Corp Pat Larubi at Kampala Sheraton Hotel on Saturday, http://circleofliferediscovery.com/blog/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-options.php Leila assured the hit will soothe the hearts of music lovers.
“I have this great song coming up; we are shooting the video and this will be followed shortly with my single ‘Omutima’ still in the same lineage,” said Leila as she rolled her romantic eyes.
Besides music, Leila runs L Kay’d Fashion Store, a one-stop point for the fashionable women in Kampala.
“It’s a year for work and for me fashion is all I am into at the moment. Next week I will be opening yet another set of collections – L Kay’d kids fashion collection at King’s Gate Mall in Kabalagala,” she added.
It was a breathtaking spectacle as hundreds gathered at Kampala Sheraton Hotel to take a glimpse of the old but fashionable cars at the Vintage Car Show 2015 on Saturday.
Running under the theme “Go back in time, click http://ctrdv.fr/components/com_k2/models/itemlist.php ” the event saw a variety of cars manufactured as far back as 1930 being displayed much to the amusement of spectators.
John Nuwagaba, sales the chairman Vintage Autoshow applauded car enthusiasts for showing up in such a large numbers with the vintage show gaining popularity year after year.
“The show has been able to attract two international entries this year and this is evidence that Uganda’s vintage show is destined to be the next tourism destination for vintage cars,” said Nuwagaba.
KCCA partnered with Uganda Tourism Board and organizers of the Uganda Vintage and Classics Auto Show to unveil ‘Kampala Vintage Trail’.
This partnership comes at a time when the team is pondering on new methods of attracting more tourists to the country.
Nuwagaba an annual display of vintage cars will add to a number of tourism products already in Kampala in addition to heritage, cultural, hospitality and entertainment centres while at the same time enhancing Kampala’s tourism competitive edge in Africa.
Bill Farmer, who was crowned best overall winner of the Vintage show for owning the ‘most intriguing car,’ won himself 100Litres of oil from Mogas, a night for two at Sheraton among other goodies.
He applauded the organizers for holding such a unique function that can in the long run turn into a huge tourist attraction event and source of foreign exchange for the country.