Tuesday, May 17 2016
The Omwana Wa Bandi concert was meant to be a three-show-concert but ended with some fans missing out. It started with Hotel Africana on Friday and next was Mukono where the singers were a no show leaving the revelers frustrated.
There are conflicting accounts as to what caused this. The duo's manager, Chagga, says that Moze Radio was not feeling well while others insist, the problem was to do with their payment, they wanted all their money paid before appearing on stage something that the promoter declined to honor citing low sales from the previous show.
The Friday show saw revelers part with 20k for the 'general hapiness' and 50k for the VIP tickets but the attendance fell short of their expectations. Mathias Walukagga held his show on the same day (Friday) but his was filled to capacity.
In the Sunday show at Nican Resort in Lweza, Weasel and Chameleone's mom (who says that Pallaso's Go Down Low song is her best from all her son's songs) hit the stage to do Nyumbani, another of their songs, this sent fans into a frenzy.
Proscovia Mayanja then went on to thank fans for turning up and also asked them to forgive her sons for their participation in the Tubonga Nawe project. "Let's leave the past behind us and move on, support them as they continue entertaining you even better."
However, as Weasel's mom was talking, the Wiggle singer was shedding tears uncontrollably leaving some to conclude that it could be the low turn up that triggered the tears.
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