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Anecoo Omitto sings pleading for his wife in new ‘Mpandiike’ song

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Anecoo Omitto has been at it for years now and his latest song is about his wife. In an industry that’s flooded with main ragga, Anecoo Omitto has moved against the odds and came into reggae amidst all the prehistoric judging of reggae artistes or rastas as being drug addicts.

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Early this month he dropped his fourth single, “Mpandiike”, a lovers roock reggae. The tune was skillfully produced by Herbert skills, mixed and mastered in Manchester, UK. The hook is so mind-blowing. A perfect sound. International standards quality. It came out together with the video. 


“Mpandiike” is a Luganda word meaning, “let me write”. And in this song, “Mpandiike” is a metaphor for lovemaking. It’s really so interesting song, that will readily breaks you into wild laughter’s!

Anecoo Omitto sings pleading for his wife, who threw in the towel and moved on. Asking, ” will I ever rewrite once again?”. And that’s the literal interpretation of the chorus. The video concept explains it further. Check it out on all the media and all online music stores.


Anecoo Omitto is an Alur, from Nebbi district, West Nile.
He started doing reggae music in 2016, with his first single, “Ewaffe”, a midwives song. This was produced by skills on the beat. Ewaffe was followed by “Otuuse gyolaga”, the following year, 2017. 


Last year, he joined Pyret Beats to release another single, “Kemufunye”. 
Initially, he was called “Blazy Eddie”, till last year when he changed to using his Alur native names, “Anecoo Omitto”, in what he terms as, “back to my roots”. This is in line with the teachings of pan-Africanism, where he’s part of. Pan-Africanism teaches pride in everything African.


 When, asked by scribes, for a word that explains his music career, he simply replied, “am the future of reggae. And am glad to be a part of it”. So if you thought African reggae is dead. Think again. With his four samples, I can equally say, Anecoo Omitto is the reincarnation of the past reggae prophets. With his versatile semi feminine voice, without any doubt, he’s the risen Bob Marley!

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Winnie Byanyima and Rebecca Kadaga Among 100 Most Influential African Women 2019

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Eng. Winnie Byanyima, the Executive Director at Oxfam and Rebecca Kadaga, the speaker of the Ugandan Parliament have made it to the elite list of top 100 African women.

The two were the only Ugandans who made it to this list of most influential African women.

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Pastor Edwin Musiime Treats Wife to Be to Mega Million Boat Cruise

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Pastor Edwin Musiime, the CEO of Crest Group decided to have a pre-wedding boat cruise with Christabel Nansubuga, the wife to be.

The two will be wedded this Saturday by UK based Evangelists Bruce Oliver and Sharon Oliver.

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Full Figure to Be Expelled From People Power

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We can now reliably confirm that the People Power movement is considering taking stringent action against Full Figure.

This follows Full Figure’s rants from the time she was left out from the list of People Power coordinators. According to the disciplinary team at PP, Full Figure has become a menace and it’s high time they disassociate with her.

We’ve learned that by the end of Next Week, Full Figure will have been served with her letter of discontinuation from the movement.

“She can support the cause from the side lines but going forward,”says one of the People Power members.

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