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Roja, Slick-Stuart land Monitor sponsorship deal

 DJ Roja (R) and Slick Stuart (L) during the KFM Superstar Friday with DJ Abdu.

DJ Roja (R) and Slick Stuart (L) during the KFM Superstar Friday with DJ Abdu.

Lady luck can’t stop smiling down on DJ duo of Roja and Slick-Stuart. The DJs will soon be travelling to New York after they landed a nomination for African Disc Jockey of the year (non-Nigerian) in the Nigerian Entertainment Awards.
Upon return, they will hold their annual mix-tape party on September 17 at the Laftaz Swimming Pool.
And as they make preparations, Monitor Publications confirmed a sponsorship package for the two party movers.
The deal worth over Shs20M will also include adverts in Sqoop and mentions on KFM Radio.
“We are glad to partner with Monitor Publications Limited and it is always an honour to work with one of the best media houses in Uganda. Roja and Slick-Staurt have always been big fans of sQOOP,” DJ Slick-Stuart said.
This will be there third edition of the mix tape party after the previous showings at Club Venom beach bar in 2013 and another last year at Laftaz Swimming Pool.
The duo also plan to take the party to different parts of the Country.

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