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Jabulani artiste jets in this Friday

South African Legendary musician PJ Powers is flying into the country this week ahead of her highly anticipated ‘Jabulani charity concert’ next Friday.

This is the third time the ‘Wozani’ artiste will be in Uganda but her excitement is really patent.
We however don’t know whether she’s excited about the concert itself or about the charity organization in which she’s the global brand ambassador but the fact remains that PJ Powers is so in love with Uganda that she even remixed one of her greatest track titled ‘Home to Africa’ with the Goodlyf crew.

According to what we gathered, PJ Powers will come in earlier to make enough preparations, do media interviews, visit some charity organizations in Uganda before the concert.
Some artistes just hang around for a few days to probably adventure after the show but the artiste also known as ‘Thandeka’ is going to be the first international singer to be in the country for a full week.
PJ Powers will be staging a charity show at Serena hotel next Friday courtesy of the girl up initiative where entrance is going to be shs100,000.

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