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Irene Ntale's Biography on Howwe Entertainment - (Uganda's Best Entertainment Website)

Irene Ntale's Biography on Howwe Entertainment - (Uganda's Best Entertainment Website) | UGANDA ENTERTAINMENT NEWS | Scoop.it
Irene Ntale's biography, photo gallery, mp3 and music videos. Find out more about Irene Ntale, read Irene Ntale's profile. Follow Irene Ntale and play all your favorite songs from this artist
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Irene ntale is a singer song writer and guitarist,She has taken on her solo career that has seen her develop a unique sound of RnB Reggae & Acoustic soul. with conscious and positive lyric, the 23 year old has shared live stages with Nneka from Nigeria, Jahcoustics from Germany amongst others.

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Gen. Kayihura Bobi Wine Dance To Time Bomb Makes A Lot Sense

Gen. Kayihura Bobi Wine Dance To Time Bomb Makes A Lot Sense | UGANDA ENTERTAINMENT NEWS | Scoop.it
Gen Kayihura Pulls Out Rare Dance Strokes
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Jose Chameleone » Bobi Wine » Badilisha » Jose Chameleone Tubonge » General Kayihura » General Kayihura Bobi Wine Dance » General Kayihura Bobi Wine » General Kayihura Jose Chameleone Dance Together » Uganda Police » Uganda Entertainment News » Ugandan Music »

— The inspector General of Police Gen. Kale Kayihura shocked revelers and his junior police officers when he pulled out rare strokes on Thursday during the launch of community policing in partnership with leading Ugandan Artistes at Pearl of Africa Nursery and Primary School, Kabalagala, Kampala.


Kayihura dancing with Bobi Wine


Gen Kayihura was seen pulling out the youthful stokes when Jose Chameleone’s Badilisha and Tubonge songs were played.


The style of dancing and energy changed to a higher level when the ghetto gladiator hit the stage with his popular ghetto songs.


Kayihura and other Police officers prove to Chameleone that they are good at dancing Badilisha


Thousands of people attended the free music show, where several musicians performed.


Police did not pay the artists any money. They performed freely for the public. The musicians were all calling for peace and stability in the country.



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