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Government Finally Lifts ban on Music Concerts, Sets Tough Conditions

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The government of Uganda together with Ministry of health has lifted the ban on entertainment concerts and other Entertainment activities after Ugandan artistes cried out for over eight months.

This follows the outcry of several Ugandan artists, the recent being after watching the concert of the Nigerian Singer Omah Lay creating room for debate on lifting ban on concerts.

According to Sam Okello, , the the Chairperson Board of Trustees , concerts will be held on condition that they’ll be conducted in gazetted open spaces from 7 am-7 pm effective this Saturday on 19th, December.

“I am therefore happy to announce that our sector (Arts and Culture) has now been opened to operate but with strict observance of the Ministry of Health COVID-19 guidelines and SOPs,” said Sam Okello, said while addressing journalists at Uganda Media Center.

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