N'yanda delivers her women's day package

02:10 by Kaggwa Andrew
N'yanda performs for her fans
It was anticipated as the hottest show of the weekend, Jamaican dancehall princess N’yanda alongside Uganda’s Ragga queen Cindy.
It was a high spirit concert that attracted not only the celebrants of the day – women, but the men too.
By 6:30pm, before the show could kick-off, Garden City Rooftop was already full but to make sure that this wasn’t just a gig, Airtel decided to rejuvenate the famous Woman of Substance awards.
These were originally organized by Warid Telecom before the merger. Jenifer Musisi picked the public sector award, Juliana Kanyomuzi too walking away with the best Musician, funny girl Anne Kansiime winning the Art and Culture and Slyvia Naginda winning the overall Woman of substance.
Juliana accepts her Woman of substance award
Jackie in her golden leggings
Even in her condition, Lilian represented

It was a show where the importance and relevance of women to this community was brought to the fore, it even showed in the DJ’s music selection.
Keko breathes Fire

To keep up with the romp, the ladies to acted to convince that they indeed befitted the grace thrown at them, for example, Flavia Tumusiime, famously known for donning pants on such events went for a majestic Afro-fabric skirt and top – she also did a good job by hosting the entire gig in Luganda, Juliana did the dress thing but didn’t really expose the kind of substance she was being recognized for.
Then the women hit the stage, from Fille, Irene Ntale, Keko’s breath of fire, Sheebah and her miserable bag, Jackie Chandiru, whose gold leggings we are all tired of seeing, Lilian in that scared exposed silky dress, - it was clear that women in the music industry have absolutely come of age.
Then the girl of the night Cindy welcomed by the current Miss Uganda, Stella Nantumbwe hit the stage. She took the crowds through mateka, Ayokya-yokya, Total satisfaction and their favorite selector.
N'yanda sings her heart out

It was then time Nyanda the night’s main attraction, she made a rear entrance on a Boda Boda, she immediately started off with Slippery when wet, love is weaken, Jump in the middle, and a special song dedicated to women and power. Since she has a few songs, the singer even went on to cover reggae songs belonging to other people but of course the gullible crowd didn’t notice until she did a cover of Rihanna’ Man down.
The night’s sound was pathetic which made much of the lyrics from songs non audible, but besides that, fans had to endure N’yanda’s DJ Kenneth who kept abandoning his turntables to dance with the mouthwatering singer.
Cindy and N'yanda on stage together

The show climaxed with a performance by Nyanda joined by Ray Signature, GNL, Cindy, Irene Ntale, Big Trill, and Maurice Hasa among others doing the official RAHU song for the girl child.




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