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Happy Science making artistes happy people


Jose Chameleone is on the verge of causing another religious storm – that is if his affiliation with the Happy Science religion is anything to go by. Our sources can confirm that the lanky singer, who a few months back dropped into hot waters for converting from Catholicism to Islam and back to Catholicism, has been recruited by the new religion in Uganda to help spread its gospel. Chameleone is working with Iryn Namubiru and Bernard Mugumbya of Swangz Avenue to produce a full music album filled with songs that preach this religion, which many think is another cult.

The Happy Science people have already bought Chameleone a piece of land and are willing to facilitate his construction, we understand.

Faded artiste Robert Ssegawa has made a comeback as a Happy Science preacher and a proud convert. Many other artistes have shown interest in the Happy Science project, we have been told. This is to drum up to Happy Science founder Ryuho Okowa’s first “lecture” in Africa that will be held at Namboole stadium, on June 23. The question is: are artistes doing these songs for the money or belief? Join us on Facebook or twitter to discuss this matter.

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