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Chameleone: Why Uganda Must Invest In Arts

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prostate http://centroilponte.com/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-event-calendar/lib/ical/helper/sg_ical_query.php sans-serif; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>He cites the example of Nigeria’s economy which, at £307bn GDP, is now Africa’s biggest economy.


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It should be noted that Nollywood (Nigeria’s film Industry) “is one of the five major contributors to this success”.


“It disturbs me a lot when a party fumes that Dr. Jose Chameleone or so and so in the music industry, have not played any role towards the economy,” he points out in a social media message.


“I ponder, when actually we make several trips abroad and your flag, culture etc, get exposed.”


He says its time “Africa woke up, if these mattresses are igniting this big sleep, we better turn back to our early mattresses (animal skin hides, back cloth and mats made out of papyrus)”.


“Our fans have love for what we do, yes, but other sectors are not playing their roles to the expectations.”


According to Chameleone, art too deserves a chance.


“Drama, movies, music, art, crafts and sports can make Africa all together a wonderful place to visit and live in.”


Chameleone has just concluded his China tour and intends to embark on another music tour of Europe.

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