Singer Moses Ssali while appearing on Spark Tv criticized Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) executive director Ms Jennifer Musisi for what he described as ‘harassment’ and ‘witch-hunting’ youths in Kampala.

“Madam Jeniffer and other KCCA officials, we are looking for more ways on how youths can get jobs and be positive in society. If you continue ‘witch-hunting’ them just because you’ve power then you’re the kind of people making their (youth) life hard,” says Bebe Cool.

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Bebe Cool was compelled to make these remarks over reports that Comedy Store Ug, a weekly comedy show hosted by comedian Alex Muhangi, is being relocated again barely three months after being relocated Diners Lounge to neighboring The 400 in Bukoto in October last year.

The show is now being relocated to UMA Exhibition Hall in Lugogo reportedly because of constant clashes with the KCCA officials over the current venue.

“Does KCCA want to spoil our comedy? Do you know how many people go to watch comedians? If you continue forcing Muhangi and the likes to relocate then you’re frustrating a number of people’s business. For instance Muhangi hires sound system, sponsors advertisers, among others,” Bebe Cool said while appearing on Spark TV.

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  1. Comedy should not interfere with our Sleep. As a Bukoto Resident you don’t want to imagine what we go through every Thursday to get home. The Cars park along the road with impunity with no consideration to other road users. Then the Noise…Yrrrgghhhaaaakkkkkkkk

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