By Andrew Irumba
Shocking secrets why singers Moses Sali aka Bebe Cool and Catherine Kusasira were denied permission to enter State House last week have been unearthed by our Spy.
Spy Uganda has learnt that newly appointed presidential advisor for Kampala, Kusasira, and Bebe Cool, were blocked from State House as they tried to seek an appointment with President Yoweri Museveni.
According to our State House Spy Bebe cool and Kusasira went to Nakasero recently to seek an appointment with the President about the ongoing preparations whereby Museveni wants to meet all artistes, drama actors and comedians next month.It is said that Bebe Cool and Kusasira were asked several questions that they failed to answer.
“Why do you want to always meet the president only you two on behalf of all the artists in Uganda? Why why why,” a state house official was quoted asking the two singers.
“Can you how us evidence that you are backed by all Ugandan artistes, drama actors and comedians or that they authorized you to plan for them in this coming function of meeting the president?” Another official was also quoted asking the two singers but the singers had no answers still.
Our State House Spy added that they told the two singers openly that their time is over with the president and they will not make any appointments and programs with him anymore through the office.
Our Spy intimated that State H8ouse officials made a report to the president indicating that the two singers allegedly diverted the money they got from state House to doing their own business and while making the targeted beneficiaries hate government.
Statehouse has since instructed singer Daniel Kazibwe aka Ragga Dee and Emma Carlos who will be assisted by Sophie Gombya , the chairperson of Uganda Music Association, to coordinate all the musicians, drama actors and comedians for the said scheduled meeting with the president.
Statehouse officials also said that Bebe cool and Kusasira will always meet the head of state in public gathering but not inside State House or to be put on program of State House to meet him.
“We are done with them unless the president orders us to bring them,” said a State House official on condition of anonymity, who added that the singers had even started disrespecting workers whenever they would go to see the president, because they thought they are special from other Ugandans.
However, Bebe Cool and Kusasira have since decided to remain tight-lipped about the saga.