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Goodlfye, Sheebah to Perform At World Cup Final Viewing

In case you just fell from Mars or have been under some stone, you should know that the world will have its eyes glued to the TV on Sunday as the World Cup 2014 final plays out in Brazil.

Ronnex Kisembo of Tendo Grills, which is located at Namboole stadium, is organising a screen viewing of the match and has planned a big extravaganza. Kisembo, who made the announcement a fortnight ago, has stepped up the preparations. The match will be televised on the stadium’s giant score board, while for others who would prefer VIP treatment, will watch the game from plasma screens placed in various fenced-off areas.

With the police and the counter terrorism department assuring security for the event, Kisembo is upping the stakes. For those who will want to come during the day, there will be a kids’ play area with bouncing castles. In the evening before kickoff, the organisers have added a new twist by introducing a treasure hunt.

A stack of banknotes worth Shs 500,000 will be hidden somewhere around Namboole stadium and whoever finds it walks away with it. On the entertainment front, besides having Club Silk’s DJ Shiru spinning the discs and mixing the videos, the list of performing artistes has been beefed up.

Initially, King Saha and Sheebah were the artistes lined up to perform, but the organisers decided they should give the public more value for their money. On the list we now have self-proclaimed ‘Heavyweight,’ Chameleone, who will be performing with his Leone Island crew.

Also on the list is the Goodlfye crew of Radio and Weasel. They have had a rough year, but their music is still unmatched. Patrons will part with Shs 5,000 and Shs 10,000 to be part of the event.

Source : The Observer

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