Ugandan cultural dance group Rockies Troupe animated revelers at the highly attended “Jabulani” Charity concert featuring South African legendary songstress PJ Powers Thandeka.
Held at Kampala Serena’s Victoria hall, the event was aimed at raising funds to support Girl-up Initiative – an organisation that empowers young girls and ladies in remote communities.
The award winning cultural dancers were the curtain raisers of the show that also attracted presentations from the dynamic duo of Radio and Weasel and recitals by NTV’s NewsBeat crew.
Speaking at the event, the Rockies Troupe leader, Brian Ssozi, promised a spectacular show on September 1 at Pope Memorial Hotel, Ndeeba as they raise funds to construct a talent academy.
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