This was shortly after President Museveni gave a green light for the party/night life to commence.
The events promoter said that as the entertainment industry, they have suffered the biggest losses. This is due to the closure of the sector for the past two years.
Therefore, people should be aware that the pandemic is still around and they will ensure that they don’t get locked down again.
He even rallied other events promoters such as Bajjo, Abitex to do the same. They will ask revelers for their vaccination cards before they allow them to access concerts.
“People who are not vaccinated will not attend my concerts. Everyone, even artists will show the vaccination cards before they go on stage.
We suffered a lot during lockdown, we don’t want to go back to the lockdown. Other events promoters should also be vigilant and mind about the health of all Ugandans,” Balaam said.
He further added that asking for vaccination cards shouldn’t stop partiers from attending his concerts because it’s from their own safety.
Ugandans will hit nightlife starting today after two years indoors although some have always partied illegally. However henceforth, no one will be scaring them to go home or close early as the president lifted curfew.
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