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Bebe Cool in Shs200 million deal

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News reaching our desk is that Bebe Cool is set to sign a multimillion deal to become the brand ambassador of a new product by a leading fuel company. The news follows the more exciting news of his recently sold-out concert dubbed ‘The Life of Bebe Cool’ at the Kampala Serena Hotel.

The Kabulangane singer is set to hold closed door meetings with officials of the fuel company next week, where the multi-million shillings deal will be signed, according to highly placed sources. “Bebe is top of the list of ambassadors that the company has been eying and discussing. In fact, some of the company’s top officials attended his Friday concert to see if he’s still popular with Ugandans before any conclusive agreement could be signed but they got a shock of their lives when he proved what a legend he is,” said our source.

On top of the Shs100 million endorsement package, the self-proclaimed ‘Big size’ will receive fuel worth Shs100m.

As part of his role, the star will also headline the company’s major activations across the country to promote this new product as well as doing countrywide activations, with a performance next Thursday.

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