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Pallaso does community work in Masaka in a bid to seek forgiveness

Musician Pius Mayanja was supposed to be the headlining artiste at a Valentine’s Day concert in Masaka at Maria Flo but he didn’t show up in time. This led to the destruction of property by angry revelers that resulted in some people getting injured.

The ‘Malamu’ singer came out and owned the mistake and in a bid, it shows how sorry he was, he decided to do some community service by sweeping a few streets in Masaka.

“To all my fans in Masaka, I sincerely apologize for making it late for the show last night. I understand why you ran out of patience and the situation went out of hand. It was my fault and I am truly sorry. I have swept a few streets with my friends downtown Masaka today to remind you that I am your son and you mean the world to me. I can’t be anything without you. I hope my apology will bring you nearer to me. I am so sorry for hurting you. Forgive me please,” Pallaso posted.

His fans and followers advised him to stay humble despite the fact that his music career is doing well. Pallaso had other shows lined up on Valentine’s Day which explains why he didn’t make it for the Masaka show on time.

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