Omulangira Suuna Appeals for Support as He Plans to Host Concert Despite Covid-19 Restrictions
5 August 2020
[Photo Credit/ Omulangira Ssuna Facebook]
Legendary artiste Omulangira Suuna is still pushing for artistes to be allowed back on stage after the president banned public gatherings due to the corona virus pandemic.
Just like weddings are happening during lock down, O.S believes shows can also be held even if it means following measures of social distancing, sanitizing, and masks.
In an interview, The 'Love Yo' hit maker showed off his work plan, sitting arrangement observations and how his concert slated 29th August at Calendar Hotel will take place.
O.S revealed that he drafted the proposal expecting a sit down and discussion about it. He then dropped it at the PA's office Mr. Magoola to look through it and have his say.
He called upon Ugandans to support him in case his petition goes through.
"Even if it doesn't do not make fun of me. It is not a big deal because right now I'm fighting for the music industry to be freed. Instead of judging me because it didn't go as planned, you should at least notice me for trying to fight for our industry," he said.
Last month, President Yoweri Museveni eased the lock down, also extending curfew from 7 to 9 pm.
O.S feels this is an advantage and enough time to stage the concert.
"I can decide to start my show at 2 pm and end it at 6 or 8pm. This will allow people to go back home in time,” he opined.