There has been a lot of talk concerning Musicians in Gulu. However all talks about musicians getting money were nullified by Maj Tabaro Kiconco, the spokesperson of OWC.
“OWC would like to state that any reports and comments being made that we have given funds to individual musicians or any people in the entertainment industry are false and diversionary and should be treated as such,” Kiconco said.
Kiconco continued to say that the creative arts industry is part of the OWC beneficiaries. This mandates them to have a meeting together.
“Gen Caleb Akandwanaho Salim Saleh, the Chief Coordinator of Operation Wealth Creation has been engaging with different stakeholders and actors from various sectors in the economy, amongst them, stakeholders in the creative and performing arts industry to consult and explore ways in which OWC can be a vehicle for facilitating different kinds of support and other strategies to help the country deal with the harsh effects of the Coronavirus pandemic on the economy.”
Kiconco also said if they were to give out any money, it would have to go through the defined terms and conditions. Meanwhile the Gulu story has a lot of mist and everyone says it as they please.
Some musicians were mad that they left them out of this move.
Carol Kasita while in an interview yesterday intentionally refused to comment about it. This was even when sources say she was very available in the area.
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