Wednesday, March 16 2016
Her fans were getting worried that she was dumping music for politics, but the Wanjagala hit singer came out to say that she will remain in the music industry but will be holding less concerts.
"Church too is part of me, Iam in music, church and politics and ready to serve at all fronts." My moving to parliament is a blessing to the music industry. I will be giving space to other musicians out there to shine and helping them in every possible way."
Before joining politics, Judith Babirye could be hired to perform at a wedding or Kwanjula function among others at a fee of shs 200,000/- per song but with her new portfolio, this will now be a preserve of the few.
As FDC called for the boycott of the Tubonga Nawe artists, Judith was busy entertaining the NRM MPs who are in Kyankwanzi for a 10-day-retreat.
Spice Diana shows off her six bedroom house
Fik Fameica's My Journey concert was fairly attended
Wednesday, 21 November 2018
Uganda to start issuing the EAC electronic passport in January 2019
Wednesday, 07 November 2018
Tulambule Ne Zari 4-day-tour of Western Uganda with the Minister of Tourism
Tuesday, 30 October 2018
Sheebah Karungi is the proud owner of this orange SUV
Thursday, 20 September 2018
After a few weeks in the USA, Bobi Wine has returned to th country to serve his constituents
Monday, 17 September 2018
Chameleone is teaching Daniella a few games
Several artistes drum up support for Eddy Kenzo's 10 year music anniversary