Uganda’s entertainment centers have been under lockdown for two years and owing to the party nature of Ugandans, they miss the nightlife party so much.
Suuna Ben also said that Uganda has become so tough and thus he also decided to organize a concert in Tanzania. This hugely sold out as people turned up in huge numbers.
The radio personality added that things in Tanzania are normal and no one can even know that they have ever gone through the pandemic.
“Things were tough in Uganda so I decided to organize a concert in Tanzania and it hugely sold out. People turned up in heavy numbers. You can’t even know if they have ever experienced the pandemic because things are normal just like before. It’s however Ugandans who are many there in the concerts. I think about 65% are Ugandans and 35% Tanzanians,” Suuna Ben said.
He’s not the first Ugandan entertainer to throng Mutukula in search of some money. Events promoter Abitex recently organized a massive concert that even saw Eddy Kenzo go to perform.
Other Ugandan performers have also been going to the country to perform. The artists have been constantly on the plane from Uganda to overseas countries for performances where things are normal.
The economy is expected to re-open fully in Uganda in January 2022. It’s however not clear whether the music industry will also open.
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