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Feffe Bussi’s punchlines heaten in ‘Uganda musicians Gulu mission’ tale

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By BigEyeUg Team

The Ugandan entertainers’ flock to Gulu City has been one of the main talks around the country for the past two years.

This is because of the countless different groups of entertainers flocking Gulu Army barracks on appointments with the Operation Wealth Creation head, Gen. Salim Saleh Akandwanaho over stimulus financial packages.

As usual in the entertainment fraternity, the ‘Gulu mission’ has often been reported to be the main motive behind the countless wrangles amongst the stakeholders as they all battle for the biggest shares on the cash handouts given.

The ‘Gulu mission’ has been a special theme of interest to also the public and other naive entertainers as they yearn to know how the process and conduct there.

However, rapper Feffe Bussi has relieved the later prayers as he narrates his experience in Gulu where he also had a chance to travel on Friday 16th July 2021.

In his new song “Gulu” Feffe Bussi clearly narrates the journey kickoff from Kampala up to the arrival with his fellow Uganda Superstars Association members; Jose Chameleone, Pallaso, Weasel, Ziza Bafana, among others.

As a member of the Uganda Superstars Association, the ‘Small rapper’ reveals that they were shocked on finding out that their rival group ‘Uganda Musicians Association’ had also been linked to the same meeting as them with Gen. Saleh.

This was contrary to their plan as assured to them by Sylvia Owori, the Operation Wealth Creation director of operations.

Revealing himself as singer Nubian Li’s in-law, Feffe Bussi says that he had in mind that he and colleagues had one mission and vision, only to find out later those other artists had their own intentions.

Produced by Ian Pro Feffe Bussi promises to have a second part of the narration released soon.

Feffe Bussi’s song comes in at a time when there is an immense division among musicians in the country that has prompted them to classify themselves into two different groups; Uganda Musicians Association (UMA) and Uganda Superstars Association.

Here is Feffe Bussi’s popular ‘Gulu’ song;

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