After 2yrs Off Stage, Spice Diana Welcomes End Of Lockdown With New ‘Baatutadde’ Song

After 2yrs Off Stage, Spice Diana Welcomes End Of Lockdown With New ‘Baatutadde’ Song an accessible web community

By Spy Uganda 

Reigning female artiste of the year 2021 Spice Diana has in her new song release “Kiggula Luggi” celebrated the re-opening of bars and events after the President announced events will re-open 2 weeks after schools opened which means events and bars will re-open tomorrow 24th January 2021.

This is the first time that cinemas, bars, and recreation centres will be allowed to operate since March 2020, when Uganda announced its first lockdown as a measure to keep coronavirus disease at bay.

Kiggula Luggi celebtrates the begining of the “Happening season” after 2 years of lockdown.

Spice Diana was one of the most consistent artistes of this generation even in the lockdown when not so many singers still offered Music.

The jovial mood enhancing song is purely Intended to put a smile on revellers which it has served well so far. The video is trending #10 on YouTube within hours of release. Watch the song here: <iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”” title=”YouTube video player” frameborder=”0″ allow=”accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture” allowfullscreen></iframe>

Uganda National Cultural Centre-UNCC, the Ministry of Gender and the Ministry of Health last week announced do’s and don’ts for the music sector that usually attracts several revellers, often in a frenzy mood characterised by great excitement or wild behaviour.

The agencies also said that all artists and partiers must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or must present a negative result from tests conducted within 72 hours from the day of the performance. The interaction between revellers and the artists has also been discouraged before, during or after the event.

Event organizers have also been asked to ensure that there is a space measuring not less than three meters between the stage and the audience. All revellers will also be required to wear face masks throughout the show and there should be compulsory sanitizing at the entrance. an accessible web community

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