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No more America for Khalifa Aganaga as he returns to school

 

Musician, Khalifa Aganaga and Victoria University Vice Chancellor, Dr Lawrence Muganga fist-bump as they pose for a photo

Last year, we received information that President Museveni had granted musician Khalifa Aganaga a scholarship to study any course of his choice in the United States when he visited State House with other selected celebrities.

However, it wasn’t confirmed when exactly the former Twinkle star artist would start the course.

A close source intimated that he has given up on the American dream which he thinks is impossible for now.

Khalifa has confirmed that he intends to enroll for studies at Victoria University in a bid to further his studies.

“School Time, No more lies, No more going to America. All I wanted was education, even when they have lied to me the ghetto boy that won’t stop me from pursuing my education goals, Now that Victoria University Kampala Uganda has volunteered to grant me this opportunity of education because of my good grades/results, I can’t turn this down,” he posted.

The Minakonda artist added that he’s now a full student pursuing Digital Marketing And Events Management.

issejjombwe@ug.nationmedia.com

 

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