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Khalifah Aganaga Claims Accountability For The "21 Billions"

Show Us Accountability For Shs21 Billion- Khalifah Aganaga

The Bad Character boss and musician Khalifah Aganaga whose real names are Mukiibi Sadat is still having an inquisitive mind on the Shs21 billion that was given to the Government. This inquiry began when singer Big Eye asked for his payments from president Museveni.

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According to the “Ndabilawa” Hit maker, he said that Crsytol Panda and Sheebah Karungi should receive some money from Government claiming that they have done a great job of entertaining fans thus making them forget about hunger during this pandemic lockdown.

Therefore, while appearing on social media, Aganaga shared a statement seeking to know how the 21 billion Ugandan shillings was used. He demands for accountability.

The singer would feel more comfortable if that money was distributed among artistes.

“#Government should pay Musicians. Where is the accountability for The “21 Billion ” for Covid 19. I think the government should pay #Panda for making Ugandans dance in this Lockdown… @crystopanda & @sheebahricherthisyear” Khalifah Aganaga posted.

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