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You know I’m Loco for my Ugandan Clan – Chike speaks out ahead of Kampala concert

Nwoke Oma popularly known as Chike is expected to perform in Kampala this February.

Ugandans are finally free and there is nothing that dusts off the curfew blues and rings love and freedom like a Chike concert.

The Nigerian star will be staging the first major concert involving an international artiste in Uganda after two years of a lockdown where entertainment was closed.

Born Chike- Ezekeanzu Osebuka, Chike popularly known for his love ballads is expected to perform on February 15, a day after Valentine’s Day.

Following the global success of his Debut album which saw the birth of smash hits Running to You and Roju, a love ballad that speaks to the love story of Romeo and Juliet, this is one concert not worth missing.

“Hello Uganda, I am coming with my band, ‘The Clan’ to help you find your damsel and Knight in shining armour at The Night with Chike, you know I am Loco for my Ugandan tribe,” the star shared on his social media pages this morning.

Sponsored by Baileys and organised by Malembe, the show is slated to take place at the Kampala Serena Hotel with early bird tickets going for only shs70, 000 and tickets at the door going for shs100, 000. A table will be sold at shs2,500,000. Tickets are available at www.quicket.co.ug and at Kampala Serena Hotel Reception.

issejjombwe@ug.nationmedia.com

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