On the grapevine

‘Best ever’ show coming to Rwanda We have heard it before. That the Ministry of Culture and Sports, in conjunction with 4Real Promotion recently hired world’s international celebrated hip hop female vocalists Brick and Lace to perform during the Pan-African Dance Festival in Rwanda.
Uncle Austi, organiser of Afri-Connection Nite. (File photo).
Uncle Austi, organiser of Afri-Connection Nite. (File photo).

‘Best ever’ show coming to Rwanda

We have heard it before. That the Ministry of Culture and Sports, in conjunction with 4Real Promotion recently hired world’s international celebrated hip hop female vocalists Brick and Lace to perform during the Pan-African Dance Festival in Rwanda.

Months back, we saw 4Real Promotion, a private company that deals in the music and entertainment industry hired musicians from East Africa to perform in the country, and they were quite happy with the reception.

Now, our scouts have gathered that one of Radio 10’s famous presenter, Uncle Austin is organising a big show “Afri-Connection Nite” scheduled for 14 November. The show, according to scouts, is dubbed the “best ever” in town.

Uganda’s best artists, Grace Nakimera, famous for her hit “Ani akumanyi”, Jamal, also renowned for his “Obawuwo”, are scheduled to performance.  Will you miss it?

Miss SFB on women’s case

Joan Uwase, the current Miss School of Finance and Banking (SFB), is determined to fight to the death in the name of helping the vulnerable women. We hear she is busy drawing a project aimed at advocating for gender and family based violence.

The 20 year old is striving harder to meet to change the lives of women for better.

Contact: lindaonly2005@yahoo.com

 

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