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Bebe Cool gives the other side of Gulu story

Singer Moses Ssali commonly known as Bebe Cool has come out to give the other side of the Gulu story.

For this time around, he didn’t give it through a song like Ffefe Busi did but rather through a social media post on all his social media accounts.

According to Bebe Cool artists in Gulu didn’t go to fetch money from Gen Saleh like the public is saying but they were having a workshop basing on the betterment of the whole entertainment industry.

“Today marks the last day in Gulu where we have been attending a workshop under the theme; ‘Strengthening the Cultural and Creative Industry in Uganda’.

During the workshop we dissected the Peforming Arts industry using the SWOT (Strength Weakness Opportunities and Threats), SMEACC (Situtaion Mission Execution Administration Comman & Control) and TEAM (Together Everyone Achieves More) analysis to understand the position of the industry,identify the enemy and strategize on how to attack and win the war of restructuring the industry.

The arts and creative industry contributes 3% of Uganda’s GDP and this gives us the right for government to pay full attention and organise our industry. ForFor those who wanted to know why we were in GULU here you are.” Bebe Cool posted.

However, the public has a whole other side of the story and hopefully Bebe Cool’s side will also be understood.

Written by Aine Siggy

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