Yesterday October 12 will always be a day to remember in the life of Ugandans in the Diaspora. The Royal Regency was transformed into a burlesque with great performances from Rema Namakula, Eddy Kenzo, David Lutalo, Fyonna Nsubuga, Catherine Kusasiira and many more that left revelers yearning for more.
The annual UK show dubbed Omubimba was organised by Ugandans in the Diaspora to celebrate 51 years of independence.
According to a source who was at the show, Rema Namakula, Fyonna Nsubuga and Eddy Kenzo were the best performers of the night.
“The huge crowds were seen applauding and singing along with Rema when she performed Oliwange and Fire Tonight songs,” revealed the source
UK based Ugandan artist Fyonna Nsubuga released her new song titled Mpaka Mwisho. The new club hit song ignited fire among the revelers and they were seen dancing and singing along Fyonna.
The show is believed to have started late yet many artists were scheduled to perform. Artists like Eddy Kenzo and David Lutalo were not happy with the organizers because they had little time on stage.
Eddy Kenzo wanted to perform 15 songs but managed to sing only 8 while David Lutalo left the stage cursing since he was allowed to sing only two of his songs.
Though the Kamunguluze singer Eddy Kenzo performed for a few minutes, he managed to wow the crowds with his popular song like Bolingo, Ogenda Kunzisa, Super Power and many more.
The Ugandans in the Diaspora danced themselves lame till the wee hours of Sunday morning.