Eddy Kenzo: Winnie Nanyondo’s patriotic gesture should be rewarded

Each day that goes by, singer Eddy Kenzo continues to set his sights on issues that encourage, inspire and motivate his fans and followers to think positively.

This time around the multi-awarding winning musician drew inspiration from the way how Ugandan athlete Winnie Nanyondo celebrated her teammate Halimah Nakaayi’s 800m podium finish at the ongoing World Athletics Championship in Doha, Qatar.

Basing on the photo in which Nanyondo is seen with Nakaayi, who won Uganda’s first gold medal at the 2019 championship, one could think that the former had emerged the winner of the race.

Surprisingly, it was Nakaayi who had set a new national record time of 1:58:04 and ensured that the Uganda national anthem is played since August 17th 2013 in Moscow, Russia, during Stephen Kiprotich’s victory and August 8th 2005 in Helsinki, Sweden when Dorcus Inzikuru emerged champion in the 3000m at the IAAF championship.

Nanyondo’s celebration quickly triggered the Bibaawo singer to share on his socials expressing how the world would be a better place if people celebrated other’s victories like her.

The Big Talent Entertainment boss went on and called out the public not to let Nanyondo’s patriotic gesture go unnoticed and unrewarded.

The world would be a better place if all people celebrate their friends’ victories like Nanyondo did for Nakaayi. From the picture, you’d not know who the winner is. As we celebrate new world Champion Nakaayi, Nanyondo’s patriotic gesture shouldn’t go unnoticed and unrewarded!

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Posted by Eddy Kenzo on Wednesday, October 2, 2019

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