Events promoter Bajjo Events has hinted at throwing a maiden concert for veteran singer Clever J, real name Gerald Muwonge.
For a couple of days now, Bajjo has been plotting a music comeback for Clever J, with a concert as one of his options.
Recently, Alien Skin’s sold-out Sitya Danger concert at Freedom City served as an inspiration to many music industry players, including Bajjo Events.
The couple has participated in multiple TikTok live broadcasts where they have shared some of their objectives with their supporters.
He stated that he wanted to fulfill his ambition of seeing Clever J performing before the year closes, but the other available possibilities, such as Rugby Ground and Namboole, are not ready to hold concerts.
We interacted with Bajjo, and he told us that “Cricket Oval is booked for the whole year, the rugby ground is not allowed to stage any concert, and Namboole is Not yet finished!! Kindly give us your favorite venue where we can stage the clever J concert! My dream is to see this man smiling”.
In his recent Tweet, Bajjo revealed that he has been eyeing Cricket Oval as the best venue to hold Clever J’s concert.
Cricket oval is booked for the whole year , rugby ground is not allowed to stage any concert, namboole is
Not yet finished!! Kindly give us your favorite venue where to stage clever J concert!! My dream is to see this man smiling. pic.twitter.com/d4RnuHWVYT
— BAJJO EVENTS CLEAR PROCESS (@AlfonseMukasa) June 24, 2023
However, his plans were dealt a heavy blow when he was informed that the venue was booked throughout the year.
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