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Fresh Kid endorses Toto Christmas Festival

By Patricia Turyahebwa

Added 5th December 2019 02:14 PM

There will be lots of games including bouncing castles for children, swimming pools, swings, bouncy slides and rides, face painting as well as the crowning of Miss and Mr Toto

Fresh Kid endorses Toto Christmas Festival

Fresh Kid shares a light moment with Visio Group managing director Robert Kabushenga. Photo by Patricia Turyahebwa

There will be lots of games including bouncing castles for children, swimming pools, swings, bouncy slides and rides, face painting as well as the crowning of Miss and Mr Toto

Uganda's young singing sensation Fresh Kid is looking forward to his performance on the highly anticipated Toto Christmas Festival that will take place at Mandela National Stadium, Namboole on December 8.

While speaking to the media at Vision Group head offices in Kampala, Fresh Kid urged all parents to bring there children to what will be the 6th edition of the festival.

"I urge all parents out there to bring there children to this year's Toto Christmas festival, I will be there to perform and on that day I will entertain the children with four songs,"  Fresh kid said.

resh id addresses the media ahead of undays festival hoto by atricia uryahebwaFresh Kid addresses the media ahead of Sunday's festival. Photo by Patricia Turyahebwa

 

 

resh id with ew isions enlope ankunda hoto by atricia uryahebwaFresh Kid with New Vision's Penelope Nankunda. Photo by Patricia Turyahebwa

 

Vision Group managing director Robert Kabushenga urged parents to take their kids to the festival for a fun day out.

"To all parents, it has been a great year for us as parents and our children. They are back from school and the best treat you can give them is to take them out for the Toto Christmas festival to have fun.

The children will be secure and the environment will be clean. I think if you are looking for Father Christmas, my hair is grey enough so I qualify. Come in big numbers, we shall be waiting for you," Kabushenga said.

Grace Nampiima, the Toto magazine editor, reminded all parents coming for the festival to come with there children's birth certificates.

he young singer meets ew ision news editor ellen ukiibi hoto by articia uryahebwaThe young singer meets New Vision news editor Hellen Mukiibi. Photo by Particia Turyahebwa

 

resh id with ew ision editor ohn akande hoto by atricia uryahebwaFresh Kid with New Vision editor John Kakande. Photo by Patricia Turyahebwa

 

he singer also got to meet arbra aija the ditor in hief hoto by atricia uryahebwaThe singer also got to meet Barbara Kaija, the Editor-in-Chief. Photo by Patricia Turyahebwa

 

"We are happy that we are left with only three days to the most anticipated Toto Christmas Festival, but I would like to remind all parents that are coming to the festival who do not have birth certificates for there children, to go to the hospitals where you delivered and get those forms for NIRA to help you register your children," Nampiima said.

The Toto Christmas Festival is sponsored by DSTV, NIRA, Crown Beverages who are the manufacturers of Miranda soda, The Food Hub, Indomie Instant Noodles and Britania Allied Industries Ltd who are the manufacturers of Splash.

 

 

obert abushenga centre addresses the media flanked by race ampiima left and arbara yamwiza hoto by atricia uryahebwaRobert Kabushenga (centre) addresses the media flanked by Grace Nampiima (left) and Barbara Nyamwiza. Photo by Patricia Turyahebwa

 

Other artists to perform at the festival include, Pastor Wilson Bugembe, youngsters Esther and Ezekiel who are fresh from winning the East African Got Talent competition as well as Eyes On Us, an acrobatic group among others.

There will be lots of games including bouncing castles for children, swimming pools, swings, bouncy slides and rides, face painting as well as the crowning of Miss and Mr Toto among others.

Gates will open as early as 8:00 am and close between 5:00-6:00 pm for the safety of children.

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