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Khalifa Aganaga begins construction

Probably as recovery process from his flopped show earlier this year, Khalifa Aganaga is steadily getting back on his feet. The latest we have received is that the musician has started constructing a house in Kawempe after acquiring a Shs36m 50ft by 100ft plot of land. A bit of research we did showed that the musician deposited Shs10m on the land last year in December and this was after the owner encountered a series of problems that needed immediate attention.
The musician at the beginning of this week bought lorries of bricks, cement and sand and in fact he supervises all the work happening at the site.
Ever since the flop, which also saw him lose his Noah car to money lenders to pay off service providers, the Mina Konda artiste came up with a strategy to win back his fanbase and he started doing this by expelling most of his crew members who he says were tarnishing his name. He reconciled with the Goodlyf duo of Moze Radio and Weasel and in the process they even released a song titled Gudi Gude and since then he has been less involved in beef.

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