At the start of the week, Big Talent Ent. singer met President Yoweri Museveni at the State House in Entebbe and several of his fans have been wondering what the two talked about in the closed meeting.

While appearing on the Mwasuze Mutya program on NTV Uganda today morning, the BET award winner revealed that it has been a dream since his childhood days to meet the head of state.

The singer said that he has always wanted to be invited by the president in recognition of the achievements he has won since he began his music career and he believes it was the right time for it to happen.

About the discussion they had, Kenzo revealed that he was cautioned by the president not to incite people into violence but to advise him on their issues in a peaceful way.

When asked if he walked away with large amounts of money from the president as it has been alleged by many people, Kenzo had this to say:

He (President Museveni) said he will support me with the music videos. My videos are usually worth over USD10,000 so I need that assistance as well. He also pledged to help other musicians.

Eddy Kenzo

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Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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