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Ykee Benda Verifies Katikiro Peter Mayiga's Attendance

Ykee Benda Verifies Katikiro Peter Mayiga’s Attendance At SINGA Concert

Days are now numbered for the celebrated musician, Ykee Benda to hold his longingly waited concert dubbed “Singa”, that was slated to take place at Kampala Serena Hotel, this month on the 29th of March.

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This concert is hosting very many important people including the Katikiro of Buganda, Charles Peter Mayiga, who stamped his attendance as the guest of honor.

However, while appearing on social media yesterday, Ykee Benda posted while feeling proud with the Katikilo holding a ticket to his mega concert.

‘I went thinking he didn’t even know me…. surprisingly, he even knew about my breakup and advised me on women ela my next owede Haha…Farmer Superman r his favorite. THE GUEST OF HONOR PEOPLE. OWEKITIBWA Ther.” Ykee posted.

Therefore, the “Kwiso bando” singer is holding his first ever mega concert and is eagerly anticipated.  The par-tiers will  part with Ugx 100,000 ordinary, Ugx 300,000 VIP and Ugx 3,000,000 a table of 10 people.

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