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Kombat gives City Beat fans dance classes

By Vision Reporter

Added 3rd June 2008 03:00 AM

DO good dancers need words? At least not for the Kombat Dancers. At the City Beat-Club Beer party with the stars at Club Cascades last Friday, it was more of a dance gala than just talk.

DO good dancers need words? At least not for the Kombat Dancers. At the City Beat-Club Beer party with the stars at Club Cascades last Friday, it was more of a dance gala than just talk.

By Emmanuel Ssejjengo

DO good dancers need words? At least not for the Kombat Dancers. At the City Beat-Club Beer party with the stars at Club Cascades last Friday, it was more of a dance gala than just talk.

The entrance and exit were all about dance, with a few minutes of interaction. It was a revelation to learn that Michael Kasaija, the troupe boss, is a Bachelor of Business Administration graduate, who chose to dance his way to success.

He has no regrets since he met Natasha Sinayobye, his fiancée and dance partner. “That was a turning point in my life,” he said. The result of the relationship is a son called Sean Marion.

The disappointment is that Kombat does not perform regularly since it is a corporate outfit. “But we shall soon start performing for the general public. We are still identifying a place,” Kasaija said.

Natasha did not hide her passion for dancing. “Every woman needs to dance. When you dance, it is the last day you will have a problem,” she revealed.

But Sharon Kemigisha was the happiest winner. Kombat offered her free dance classes for a month. Martin Okello, a teacher at Busoga College Mwiri, had the widest smile when Natasha Sinayobye hugged him. Among the fans was a Pan-Africanist Nigerian, who thought that Kombat was not African enough.

Kasaija’s tale revealed how the group is a fusion of the African and the Western style.

For proving themselves worthwhile dancers, Vision Voice’s Isaac Kudzu and Sharon Kemigisha won crates of Club beer.

Kombat gives City Beat fans dance classes

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