A group of five youths from Kasese district (the Invincible Dance Unit (I.D.U)) are to represent Uganda on Citizen TV’s Sakata Mashariki in a battle to determine the best dancers in the region.
This was confirmed after they were crowned national champions at an event held at Sharing Hall, find http://culinaryschools.org/includes/left-culinary-majors.php Nsambya last weekend.
“When pursuing a dream, nurse it does not matter your history and where you come from. Many Ugandans expressed shock to hear that it was the boys from Kasese that won. However they won because they emerged the best,” said the team’s manager, Mathew Nandala.
“It was a tough battle for them to make it to the finals but as they left for Kenya yesterday, the team urged all Ugandans to include them in their prayers because they believe that they can still emerge the stars of East Africa,” Nandala added.
Speaking to ChimpCorp, Pat Robert Larubi, Nandala stressed that it was not all about money for them but rewriting the history of Uganda and the Rwenzori region as the dance stars are to make a change in society through music and entertainment.
The Invincible Dance Unit (I.D.U) will now lock horns with Kenya’s D.S.I in a battle of the champions for the prize Ksh 1 million and the crown of the region’s finest dance group.