Sunday, January 25 2015
Pastor Wilson Bugembe has done it again. The church was filled to capacity as locals booked their seats early enough to catch a glimpse of their favorite stars, but at some point, police was forced to drive some away to create breathing space.
The Ekitone singer, Desire Luzinda, was among the local stars that graced the service but as she walked in, all that you could hear was loud cheers of Ekitone, Ekitone from all corners of the church, she sat next to her very close friend, Seya. Bebe Cool, Juliana, Cindy, Mun G, GNL Zamba and Amooti Omubalangusi of the Owolubina fame were among the local stars in attendance.
In the first section of the service, they paid respect to the fallen heroes like; Kasiwukira, Sera, Fred Maiso, Ebonies' Cissy Muwanga and James Mulwana among others. The service started at 11:30am and will end at 2:00pm.
What they said;
Bebe Cool - "I grew up in Kanyanya. Iam the last born. I don't take weed. My hardest moment in life was not when I was shot but when my wife left me."
Juliana Kanyomozi - "Sometimes we have small dreams, but God has bigger dreams for you. I made it through all situations because of God not because of anything else."
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