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Revellers Enjoy Ugandan Delicacies at the East African Meat Carnival

After taking a month off since the full reopening of events in Uganda, the East African Meat Carnival  returned on Saturday March 26, 2022 bigger and better.  The event that is a  is a fusion of meats and music from the different East African countries – Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Kenya hence UTARKE happens every quarter. Sponsored by Nile Special and NTV, the show went all out.

It featured barbecue by chef Mark Kaheru among other chefs. It featured regional music and meats, themed to a specific country, starting with Uganda.  Now at a new venue and with support from Uganda’s most rewarded beer – Nile Special, partygoers  got a real feel of the Pearl of Africa as they  enjoyed Ugandan delicacies paired with a beer Made of Uganda.

The Uganda museum saw thousands of revellers in attendance.  Hosted by Sammy Waters, performances from reggae maestro Maddox Ssematimba, Luga flow rapper Mun G and Queen Sheebah turned up the crown to crown the day.

For the first time, Nile Special come on board to boost the event this year and keep revelers refreshed with a beer that is “Unmatched In Gold.”

“Since last year, we have been celebrating Nile Special’s superior quality that has seen the brand scoop 21 gold medals, the most number of gold medals ever won by a Ugandan beer. Events like the East African Meat Carnival present opportunity to celebrate with our consumers,” said Amou Majok, Nile Breweries’ Head of Marketing.

Nile Special is all about celebrating Uganda’s uniqueness and the things that make this country stand out is none other than is our food. We trust the chefs will deliver the best of Uganda’s delicacies and when paired with Nile Special, that will be a moment one can live to remember,” she added.

There were also performances from top deejays including Sir Aludah, Deejay Jo, Deejay Mary Jo, DJ Cisse, DJ Xzyl and DJ Mujo.

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