Gen Salim Saleh buys King Saha’s show, gives free performance

gen salim saleh buys king sahas show gives free performance
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Following frustrations from Police in Kasese district over holding his Biri Biri extra concert at Silver Spring- Kasese, finally fans of singer King Saha managed to get the new year’s happiness by enjoying the slated show on Friday 18th January 2018 for free courtesy of Operation Wealth Creation boss, Gen.Salim Saleh.

It is alleged that King Saha who had been denied clearance by police in Kasese had to get a second hand from the national administrator of the Union of the Uganda Bouncers Association (UUBA) and events promoter Tonny Ssempijja who took him to Gen. Salim Sale’s Kirembe based home to intervene and bring harmony between the singer and the law enforcers for the show to go one as it was scheduled.

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According to our credible sources, the too much pressure piled on the police to allow the show proceed forced Gen. Saleh to strike a 40million deal with the “Very well” singer to buy his show hence revelers enjoying it for free.

Though there was uncertainty on Friday for the Biri Biri extra concert in Kasese to yake place on grounds that King Saha had took part in MP Bobi Wine’s revolutionary Sony Tuliyambala Engule that is posing a threat of inciting violence in the public, we managed to ascertain that the singer hadn’t acquired full clearance from the police for his show to go on despite applying for the green light.

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It must be noted that King Saha participated in the ruling government NRM’s ‘Tubonga naawe’ song despite channeling to the opposition to produce ‘Tuliyambala Engule’.

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