According to the professor most of these musicians have their managers who are doing quite well. Therefore, all they are seeking is to just polish them to the next level.
Muganga added that they want Ugandan artistes to become big on the global stage. Therefore, this is the reason why they finance them.
Just like how they teach a student to become what they aspire for, it’s the same they are doing for musicians.
“As Victoria University, we don’t organize events, we just sponsor them. We figured out that this is one of the most significant ways we can transform our society. Most of these musicians and their managers are good at their jobs. However, we feel there is an ingredient lacking for them to reach the next stage. We want them to be like the likes of Chris Brown, Beyonce’s etc,” Prof Muganga said.
Apparently, it was the university that sponsored the Sheebah-Cindy music battle that left the entertainment industry buzzing.
Speaking about it, the VC said that there was no problem with sound as some claimed. Besides, it’s Victoria University that is sponsoring dancehall female singer, Karole Kasita’s concert happening this month.
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