Video: Museveni rallies fans for Bebe Cool’s Kiwatule show

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Museveni at Bebe Cool's show held at Kololo independence grounds this year

President Yoweri Museveni on Monday urged music lovers to turn up in large numbers for Gagamel singer, Moses Ssali aka Bebe Cool’s show in Kiwatule.

Big Size will return on stage officially 26th December 2018 at Kiwatule Recreational Centre in the show dubbed ‘Tondeka Ekiwatule Mutima Gwa Zaabu’.

Bebe Cool suspended public performances two months ago and went to the United States of America for a business trip and vacation.

Tondeka Ekiwatule Mutima Gwa Zaabu Every year on the 26th December, Bebe Cool hosts his legion of fans at Kiwatule Recreational Centre for a music carnival that features him and the cream of Ugandan local artists.

“And my president, father of the nation, JAJJA wa bazukulu, sabayekela, HE Yoweri Kaguta Museveni said merry Christmas and happy New to all Ugandans,” Bebe Cool said on Monday.

He shared a video in which the president rallied fans to turn up for the show scheduled to take place on Boxing Day.

“I have learnt that my son Bebe Cool has organised a show called “The Heart of Gold” in Kiwatule on December 26,” Museveni said in a video recorded from his upcountry home in Rwakitura, Kiruhura district.

“We wish him a successful show…so he can sing songs that build Uganda and Africa,” he noted.

He added: “I wish all those who will attend the concert peace and happiness. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.”

Part of the proceeds from the concert shall cater for school fees of 200 school going pupils hence ‘Tondeka Kiwatule Mutima Gwa Zaabu’.

This in a way is part of charity works Bebe Cool is still embarking on through his charity organisation; Amber Heart Foundation.

After his Golden Heart Concert in August this year, Bebe Cool used part of the proceeds to sponsor 5 young children with heart related diseases for operations in India.

It’s upon this success that Bebe Cool named the 26th December concert Tondeka Ekiwatule Mutima Gwa Zaabu so that he extends more support to the unprivileged from the proceeds of the concert.

The Concert will go for Shs20,000 Only.

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