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Ugandan local musicians Winnie Nwagi and Geosteady are set to hold a concert in South Africa.

The concert dubbed “Musawo Ndiwamululu” is slated for March 25th and it is organised by Icy Studios International.

The two music stars are expected to thrill their fans in South Africa late this month with a concert as well as a music tour.

Nwagi the Musawo” singer, has expressed excitement about the music tour by posting on her social media page a poster of the concert which she captioned “Johannesburg, I’m coming mark your calendars.”

Her post excited her fans in South Africa who said they eagerly waiting for the show.

“Mutesi Naima are you ready for this, let’s go support our girl, remember our family is for Nuwagicians,” posted Marvin Sparks.

Geosteady also shared a video of himself doing an acapella of his new song “Tukedenza” which he captioned “#South Africa Tukendeza”.

His post attracted a number of responses.

“You are very talented, go showcase your talent in South Africa and show them what you have got,” posted Roberto Mawejje.

Hamza Miiro said they are waiting for him in Cape Town. “Waiting for you blood, catch you in Cape Town,” he said.

Icy Studios International the organisers of the concert, revealed to Sqoop that the singers will perform in different cities including Durban, Port Elizabeth, Johannesburg and Cape Town.

They will also be accompanied by other singers including Brown Sugar, Ambassador Ssali and Brenda Minayo.


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