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Bebe Cool announces concert date amidst political dispute

To some, it might be a wrong move he did by alleging his full support to the NRM but to others, it was a move worth the effort because the amount of money he got in three months, he would have gotten it in probably three years. However, rumor has it that a good percentage of ardent Gagamel phamily members walked out of the group after Bebe Cool appeared on Aljazeera’s main stream programme that aired yesterday defending President Yoweri Museveni’s victory in the just concluded presidential race. That however, hasn’t stopped the Gagamel CEO from announcing his concert date.

The ‘Love you every day’ artiste a few minutes ago took to his Facebook wall and wrote that 5th of August this year is the date for his ‘LIFE OF BEBE COOL’ concert to be held at Kampala Serena hotel. “I wish to declare the 5TH OF AUGUST 2016 as my concert date dubbed THE LIFE OF BEBECOOL at Kampala Serena hotel.” Before adding that a table will cost 5million shillings while general will cost shs100k.
The artiste however cautioned the general public to put their politics differences aside and work together towards reconciliation and steady progress of their lives and the nation.
“As we settle in from the political times that have shaken a lot of unprepared minds, I would like to caution my fellow Ugandans about putting aside our political differences and work together toward reconciliation and continued steady progress of our personal lives and our nation.
It’s good that we all noticed issues that need to be addressed but none of those issues can be corrected without the effort of all Ugandans regardless of your political affiliation. A lot has been achieved and a lot still needs to be achieved but we as Ugandans should first appreciate where we are today because at least we are not where we were yesterday although we are not yet where we want to be. I will continue to be a responsible citizen of constructive contribution towards my country as I have been but for now time to go back to my MUSIC.” He concluded.

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