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Gospel sensational singer Exodus, who had opted to perform at only international concerts has faced a tough time of his life that he is yet to even start performing on local gigs just to earn a living. This is just 3 months down the road since his sponsor and care taker Gleeson Irene passed on.
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A reliable source close to our Ugandan Gospel singer is that his career and swag seem to be diverging the route heading for the worst. The youthful gospel singer is chocking on huge debts from several money lenders. Rumors have it that he is studio recording “Prophecy” — a song talking about the life which is getting worse each day that goes by.
The expensive videos shot in Kenyan high altitudes are no more, for the Management team of Gleeson Orphanage, the funder of the musician, nolonger extends help to the fella.
Exodus is proving the saying that water finds its level. And Uganda local concerts are the artiste’s level.
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