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Spice’s spectacular show leaves Mbarara revellers yearning for more

Spice Diana performs live on stage in Mbarara recently. Photos | Julius Byabakama

Singer Spice Diana proved to the world on Saturday at Mbarara University Inn that she can pull off the biggest crowds with her greatest stage performance in the City of milk and honey.

At about 4pm, long queues were seen at the entrance of the venue as revellers struggled to get their way in as security personnel tightened their grip patrolling the place. At around 8pm local artistes, Djs, and Mcs started entertaining ‘party animals’ with performances from IceBreakers dance crew and Djs like Nati J, Dj Swai, Dj Banks. Many others were also given a chance to showcase their talents on the biggest stage.

The show was presided over by Mc Kacheche who welcomed Spice at around 12.35AM for her first session, as she started her live band performance with hits like “Jangu ondabe, batutade, bajikona, best friend and Omusheshe where she was joined by Ray G, king of the land.

Spice then left the stage for a break as Ray G took over with other hits like ‘make away and nobanza, he then left the stage for Pallaso, Shakira Shakira, Ambroy and Niece Henry who later welcomed Spice for her second session. They performed ‘Body’ together as she continued with other hits like “Siri regular made everyone stand and dance.

She knelt down and thanked everyone who had attended before the show closed.

“Abanya Mbarara Mwebare nyoo, Mwekubile mungalo, ndabakunda munonga” she said in a local language to mean, “People of Mbarara thanks very much, a big round of applause, I love you so much.”

Spice had earlier done charity work during the day where she gifted street kids of Rwebikona with goodies like soaps, toilet papers, food among others.

“It is my mandate to give hope to the disadvantaged,” she said.

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