VJ OJ held two massive shows in England’s capital London and Birmingham as Uganda celebrated her Independence Day.

Each year on 9th October, Ugandans across the world get into celebration mode to mark the day when the Pearl Of Africa got her independence.

This year, Uganda marked her 59th Independence Day and despite the Covid-19 restrictions across the world, many Ugandans celebrated the day differently.

In the UK, a couple of concerts were held at which Ugandans in the diaspora converged to make merry and dance their worries away.

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Singer VJ OJ, real name Isaac Oj Nsereko, is one of the various artistes who were booked to perform at the Kings Bull in London on the eve of the D-day.

He performed together with fellow Ugandan acts and international stars as they gave fellow countrymen a night to remember.

On the D-day, VJ OJ also shut down Birmingham at Prestige La Classe with fellow Ugandan act Spilla Don.

Below are some of the photos from the events:

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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