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Crème de la Crème turns up for Angella Katatumba’s ‘Mulago Yaffe’ Charity Concert

Songstress and humanitarian ambassador Angella Katatumba continues to do wonders for Ugandans as her latest project to rebuild Mulago registers a wonderful turn up.

Angella Katatumba performing at her concert last night
Angella Katatumba performing at her concert last night

All the hard work she has put into her music and humanitarian and charity efforts is beginning to yield fruits.


From donating 10 million for the emergency wing to being appointed ambassador of Bikers Association, to being appointed face of Mulago Cancer Institute and being invited for the world humanitarian summit in Turkey, it has been a roll for the kind singer this year.


The singer last night held a massive and successful charity concert dubbed ‘Mulago Yaffe Concert’ at Victoria Hall, Kampala Serena to raise funds for the fight against cancer in Uganda.


The concert organised in collaboration with the Uganda Cancer Institute and Uganda Bikers Association raised millions through ticket sales, cash donations and pledges for the fight against the deadly cancer disease which is slowly eating up into the productive age group of the mass community.


Business men, socialites, celebrities, politicians and Diplomats turned up in large numbers to support the good cause which has now won Angella many admirers in the country. She has become a big source of inspiration for many of the local celebrities who have also started charity projects mostly supporting disadvantaged people in the local communities.


The elegant Angella dressed in a pink little dress and stockings stepped on stage at around 9.35 Pm looking fresh accompanied by a rapturous applause as she did covers from great artistes like Whitney Houston who she admitted had a big influence in her music career during her early stages into the career. The soothing ballads she crooned to keep the crowd glued as they followed her gentle movements on stage directed by the mellow voice she emanated through the microphone.


The singer ran through all her songs as she wowed the audience to keep supporting the good cause.


Singer Desire Luzinda also made a pledge of $300 while Ruparelia Group on top of buying a table of 6 at Shs 3m also pledged Shs 2.5 million to the good cause.


Angella’s concert lived to its billing and credit goes out to his team and fans. Big Up Angella Katatumba for the big job and hope other celebrities will learn from you.


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