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Ragga Dee thrills West Nile

By Vision Reporter

Added 16th December 2008 03:00 AM

Ragga Dee, has not only achieved himself a name in Kampala courtesy of his music but in West Nile too where he was recently. As the top act at MTN’s media bash for northern Uganda based journalists, Dee worked his crowd into wildness.

Ragga Dee, has not only achieved himself a name in Kampala courtesy of his music but in West Nile too where he was recently. As the top act at MTN’s media bash for northern Uganda based journalists, Dee worked his crowd into wildness.

By Frank Mugabi
and Denis Dibele


Ragga Dee, has not only achieved himself a name in Kampala courtesy of his music but in West Nile too where he was recently. As the top act at MTN’s media bash for northern Uganda based journalists, Dee worked his crowd into wildness.

Although some didn’t understand some Luganda songs, the beat was irresistible. Others, especially ladies, went personal dancing with him closely like he owned them. West Nile singing duo, Black Harmony, was also in good form charming members of the ‘fourth state’ with their best songs.

Radio Paidha’s Kenneth Ssebuliba a.k.a Ogwang’gweno enjoyed every moment as were other journalists. About the party, according to the company’s youth segment manager, Gasper Mbowa, was to create an opportunity for MTN managers to get up close with the press.

It was the fourth-year running, since the company started inviting writers and radio presenters from all the districts in the region at Heritage Park in Arua town. The array of wines, beers, soft drinks (for ‘vegetarians’) and a hybrid buffet was impressive for a memorable year-ender.

The MTN media coordinator, Robert Afema, said, “2008 has been a very good year for us and without you it wouldn’t be possible.”

But he cautioned others, “In 2009, we will send others packing their bags to leave, so keep the spirit and lets grow together.”

Paul Mutanga, the regional marketing coordinator, was the event’s MC. While, from the media were Vincent Ocaya, Jimmy Alitum and Sam Anecho of Radio Pacis, Clement Aluma and Ken Ssebina of Nile FM, Adubango Opio and Onencan Sadiq of radio Paidha. The New Vision’s very own, Frank Mugabi and Denis Dibele, didn’t miss the show.

The telecommunications company has of recent thrown a series of parties for the media fraternity. The annual parties are an appreciation to the media for the good partnership through out the year.

Ragga Dee thrills West Nile

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