Wednesday, October 30 2013
Chameleone's kids have in the last two weeks been excelling in different skills at their Greenhill Academy school. Abba was recognized as 'Sportsman of the Year' while Alfa was awarded a certificate of recognition for his outstanding performance in a play, 'Patras Glass Slipper'.
The 'Badilisha' singer took to his wall to share the good news. To the sportsman, he had this to say: "As a father, It's first priority to guide my sons so they attain personal goals, develop self-confidence and individual strength. I will support you all the way, Congratulations Abba Marcus Mayanja for your achievement. Hard work will always pay. The Sky is the limit."
And to the actor, Chameleone wrote: "A Child is a reflection of their Parents and we are a proud family again! I Congratulate you Alfa Joseph Mayanja for the certificate you have earned out of your outstanding performance at your school play." The 'Tubonge' singer went on to thank Greenhill Academy for their efforts.
Last Sunday was Bukedde's Embuutu Y'Embuutikizi and Jose Chameleone's 'Badilisha' song was voted as the 'Song of the Year' taking with him shs 5m prize money. The singer who sprained his foot a few weeks back did not disappoint his fans as he performed on crutches with one leg heavily bandaged.
It's me again with the Song of the Year, 'Badilisha' as awarded by the Vision Media Group. Chameleone revealed that this was the fifth award he was getting in just this one year.
Badilisha was the East Africa 'Song of the Year' in the Kilimanjaro awards and also KISIMA awards, International Artiste of the Year in Africa Music Awards North America. Chameleone also won 'The Best International Act' in the recently concluded BEFFTA awards in the UK.
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