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How are you spending your Easter?

1.So how are you spending your Easter? How about the East African Carnival concert at Kiwatule? Yeah that is a good idea. The only problem is that we have attended that same concert with the same artistes from 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011… Save me Lord!

2.How about spending Easter with Bobi Wine, Coco Finger and Yoyo in Nakulabye for a concert entitled, Party with the stars! Yeah good idea; naye aren’t stars the likes of Chris Brown, Nas, Nikki Minaj, Kanye West…the rest are…”bu stars!”

3.How about spending the Easter with the Ebonies? Yeah good idea. However, are you crazyyyyyyyyyyyyy!? Excruciating Conundrum, oba is it Enigmatic Palpitations.

4.How about spending Easter with Juliana Kanyomozi? Wow!  Good idea, but get ready to listen to songs she sang in 2007 as for 2010, 2011, and 2012 … we are still looking for that hit!

5.How about spending Easter with Amarula Family? How about I shoot you?

6.How about spending Easter with Ragga Dee? Isn’t that like spending Easter at the Uganda Museum? Just asking…

7.How about spending Easter with Chamilli? Yeah that’s a great idea that’s if you want to get punched by rowdy crowds, with bottles flying over your head courtesy of a cancelled concert of Chamilli, then yeah chill with Chamilli.

8.How about spending Easter in office? Yeah how about you see a psyche over your mental state … mbu a “hard worker!”

9.How about spending Easter with your wife? Yeah but be ready to be stressed by Madina, Flora, your kampus babe Anita and your sugar mummy, Mukyala Ssengoba….

10.How about spending your Easter in Church. Great idea that’s if you don’t have to tithe for the unfinished building of the new church that has been “unfinished” since 2001! Happy Easter.

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