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Is Sunday Brunch Affair enough to ease lockdown entertainment?

With events still banned due to the coronavirus pandemic, some sections have started easing themselves out but following the Standard Operation Procedures (SOPs) going by the fact that the coronavirus is still in existence.

Yesterday, the second edition of the Tanqueray Sunday Brunch Affair was a full house with lots of activities, friends and family mingling, dining, and taking in the Sunday afternoon setting at the Lakes Restaurant, Kampala Serena Hotel.

The moods were further lightened up by Michael Kitanda’s soothing music. The saxophonist maestro was there to serenade his guests with his saxophone leaving many swaying to his

Melodic tunes that included jams from Skales like ‘Booty Language’, ‘Jerusalema’, which is arguably the biggest song in Africa, and ‘Boom party’.

The different groups of guests who showed up just in time for the enticing lunch-hour buffet were not disappointed with the arranged assorted foods as they discussed different topics.

The Tanqueray Sunday Brunch happens every first Sunday of the month.

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