The Good Lyfe crew of Moze Radio and Weasel on Friday evening flew high above other musicians after bagging 4 accolades during the second edition of the prestigious Zzina awards held at Theatre Labonita.
The duo for the second year running flew at cloud nine being recognized for the song of the year award for their Neera Neera hit, visit this site http://cphpost.dk/wp-admin/includes/revision.php best musical group and song writer of the year for Radio.
The singers who are still on their European tour were however represented by their manager who applauded the organisers for such a brilliant idea of recognizing Ugandan musicians for their efforts into the industry.
Bobi Wine also performed well during the night each walking home with 2 accolades for his efforts in the industry for the past one year bagging the inspirational song of the year (Byekwaso) and concert of the year for his Size Yo .
Ekitone singer Desire Luzinda took home the showbiz personality of the year award beating South Africa based Zari Hassan and motor- mouthed Mary Luswata in a highly competitive category.
Legendary singer Elly Wamala was also saluted for his legacy in the industry whereas a moment of silence was dedicated to Emmanuel Mayanja(AK47) who recently passed on.
It was another moment of fun as singers Khalifa Aganaga, Cindy Sanyu and Apass added more life to the filled to capacity Theatre Labonita .
Zzina Awards 2015 List of Winners
Stage performance of the year
Concert of the year
Luga-flow artiste of the year
Rising star of the year
Inspirational song of the year
Byekwaso – Bobi Wine
Music group of the year
Producer of the year
Best comedian of the year
Song of the year
Neera Neera – Radio
Male artist of the year
Song writer of the year
Female artist of the year
Best collabo of the year
Mubbi Mubbi – Maro & Lutalo
Dancehall artist of the year
Aspiring Uganda People’s Congress (UPC) party candidate, order http://cs4all.nyc/wp-includes/author-template.php David Pulkol has rubbished the party road map that was Thursday released by the President Dr. Olara Otunu at the party headquarters in Kampala.
In a media interview at Grand Imperial Hotel in Kampala, order http://compspoultry.com.au/wp-includes/class.wp-dependencies.php Pulkol stated that the new road map has got four problems which include coming out too late and outside Otunnu’s mandate.
“Otunu’s term in office expired back on March 13th 2015 so he no longer has the constitutional power to release the roadmap to party activities; even under the Political Parties Organization Act, viagra 40mg no executive committee of any political party should exceed five years in office,” Pulkol observed.
But also, Pulkol added, the matter is currently in court were members are waiting for the judgment against Otunnu’s long stay in office together with his executive committee. The case is up for hearing on April 20.
He added that the passing of the road map was not done in good faith given the fact that it is pushing the entire process up to June not giving party members enough time to prepare for the elections.
“When will members do fundraising, the manifesto, party primaries, getting candidates and communications? He is not allowing the party ample time, yet we must join the Electoral commission roadmap.”
“Otunnu is just imprisoning and tying the party; he should even stop lying around that party activities were all along frozen by the court injunction that was secured by the [Jimmy] Akena faction.”
Pulkol revealed that the injunction never barred party activities but rather stopped Otunu from carrying on any party business without first being sanctioned by the party’s National Council and Delegates Committee.
“We know Otunu’s selfish interests of joining the Interparty Coalition for 2016 as the UPC party president which is set be formed by June and that is why he is stretching the party road map to that far.”
According to the roadmap that was issued by Dr. Otunu, the party will from 10th to 17th April receive applications from all aspiring presidential candidates and will thereafter convene its Delegates Conference (DC) from June 10th to 11th June to come up with the new party leadership.