Wednesday, 10 June 2015
The Sitya Loss star, Eddy Kenzo, has unveiled his pad with this caption; "God is my HERO from Nakivubo Stadium to Kenzo paris Sseguku.."
This will surely shift the attention from the innocent baby who had become the talk of the town. Rema for the first time lost her cool and asked Walukagga to tell the public if the baby was his or not, but even when he did, it was not enough to stop the talk.
The Jambole singer has since been thinking and yesterday, he came up with a plan that has surely turned things around and the talk has since shifted from the baby to the pad.
It's not clear if Paris is the name he as chosen for the pad or he wants to call it a palace, but one thing is for sure, it's a nice crib and the fans are already loving it. It's estimated at over Shs500m and insider sources say, he has already paid most of it.
On Tuesday evening, a special prayer was held at the Sseguku based pad with close friends and family in attendance. Rema who was with baby Aamaal was clad in a green outfit while Kenzo was in black. All we can say for now is congs as the journey from Nakivubo Stadium to Sseguku has surely not been an easy one.
"Now we can separate the boys from the real men," one wrote.
"What I knew about Uganda before Eddy Kenzo was NOTHING! What I know now, after stumbling upon a dance video is that Ugandans can make music and dance like no others! And that makes me smile big! Thank you Eddy for sharing your art with the kids of Uganda and for lighting up the world through the Internet!! Don't stop," another added.
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