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Independence rally in Masaka
Publish Date: Oct 05, 2012
Independence rally in Masaka
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By Vision Reporter

Misali hills in Nyendo, Masaka, will be the place to be on Saturday for the Independence Motor Rally which kicks off at Misali at 10:00am.

The sports event will feature veteran motocross star Arthur Blick and rally ace super Lady Susan Muwonge.

Entrance is sh10,000.

Southern Regional Police Commander Simon Peter Wafana has warned rally fans to observe road discipline to avoid accidents.

Campfire at Nabugabo beach tomorrow

Nabugabo Beach fans will party the night away on the same day with a camp fire for an entry fee of sh5,000. 

The newly constructed cottages at the beach will also be open at a price of sh50,000, for those who party all night and need a place to sleep.

Local musicians like SK Brian will perform at the campfire
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