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Looks like 2017 has started on a very good note for the Triplets Ghetto kids of the Sitya Loss fame.

Last month, American hip hop star French Montana was in Uganda to record a video with them and that video has worked some magic. The latest news is that the Ghetto kids have won themselves yet anotherinternational gig with Wizkid.

The Ghetto kids who looked excited while appearing on NTV’s Da’ Beat, revealed that Wizkid had contacted them through Sony records entertainment and informed them of his intentions to have them dance in his new video.

Their manager Dauda Kavuma confirmed the news and also revealed that the gig had come with a good deal of money.

“Sony records entertainment has already contacted us and we are excited about the new deal because it has come with some good deal of money,” he said.

Kavuma said that the gigs that they have been getting have helped them to expand their group noting that the group now comprises 23 members.

“We have now added some new kids in our group and I hope this will help to boost us, our kids are not only involved in dancing but they are singing as well, we have a new song called Bwalidda from one of our new kids on the block,” he added.

Patricia Nabakooza a member of the Ghetto kids said now that they have started getting gigs that are earning them some money, their next step will be to reach out to other ghetto kids who are in a bad state, like they were in and extend a helping hand.


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