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A neon affair at the Girl Power ConventionPublish Date: Dec 21, 2013
A neon affair at the Girl Power Convention
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Pastor Robert Kayanja launched a book by the host and his wife, Pastor Jessica Kayanja on the colourful night. PHOTO/Roderick Ahimbazwe

By Roderick Ahimbazwe

The 2013 annual Girl Power Convention was held at the Rubaga Miracle Center cathedral under the theme, “Your wish is my command” on Friday.

 This time round, the ladies got to talk about their ideal men but the general consensus among the single women on the panel was that most men were either afraid of successful women or simply wanted their money.

Not to be outdone, the single men on the panel, who included Youth MP Gerald Karuhanga, Saint Freak, who is a TV presenter and Frank Gashumba put up a spirited debate on whether the ideal woman existed in Uganda today.

Gashumba argued that passing through the eye of a needle was easier that getting an ideal woman.

Pastor Jessica Kayanja with MP Gerald Karuhanga and Frank Gasumba. PHOTO/Roderick Ahimbazwe

However the highlight of the glamourous evening was between Joanita Kawalya’s singing of “Jim wange” and when Peter Sematimba got onto the catwalk.

He was dressed in a neon orange suit that drew cat-calls and ululations from excited women in attendance.

 Sematimba won himself a trip to Dubai.

While a good number of ladies adhered to the dress code of neon colours, handful others failed to dress the part.

Pastor Robert Kayanja later launched a book by the host and his wife, Pastor Jessica Kayanja and as the night came to an end, the guests were treated to a five-star dinner.

The colourful Girl Power Convention in pictures

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