In a period when times are really hard for everyone due to the disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have tried to diversify their means of earning income.
These include groups of people whose jobs were largely affected by the measures to curb down the pandemic. They include various groups and musicians among others.
With agriculture touted as a lucrative field or the oil of Uganda, a lot of people have earned from the field.
Taking to his social media pages, Navio announced how he had decided to do agriculture after government suspended musical performances until further notice.
“At a time when the music is still on hold, I decided to go to the farm. These are fresh eggs from Zuri Model Farms. We also have matooke, sweet potatoes, maize, hens for meat among others.” Navio captioned alongside a picture of trays of eggs.
With the music industry has been inactive for close to two years now. Many people have called upon Musicians to think outside the box and look for more ways to boost their revenues other than singing.
Most musicians however live a life of glitz and glam of the celebrity luxury lifestyle.
A majority are now bankrupt, a reason they are continuously calling upon the government to bail them out like any other group of vulnerable Ugandans.
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