Ugandan singer Jose Chameleone is counting losses after the stage of his Gwanga Mujje concert fell following a heavy downpour in Kampala.
With a few hours to the much anticipated concert, a heavy downpour that hit Kampala and its environs destroyed the stage at Lugogo Cricket Oval where the concert was scheduled to happen.
The stage set up by Steve Jean’s Fenon Records was blown to the ground by the storm that came with the Friday afternoon downpour
This happened just a few hours before his show that had been scheduled to go down tonight.
The huge stage was blown away by heavy winds and left vandalized. According to Ugandan media pundits, the singer, together with the event organizers were in preparations for setting up a smaller stage.
However, before the second stage could be set up, an official statement was released, postponing the show.
“We shall be back bigger and stronger on 24th February. For all my fans, keep your tickets safe. See you on 24th!!” said Chameleone
In an Instagram message, Chameloene added;
“The devil is a liar, am so sorry about all this I am still vigilant though, and cannot be conquered this easily. God’s power will unveil itself soon.”
This comes after Jose Chameleone’s soundcheck went viral as he met up with his rival Bebe Cool. The two hugged and shed a tear.
Speaking about their met-up, Bebe Cool said;
“We are grown-ups and nothing can break us apart. We are people of actions and we are setting a way for the young generations,”
Whereas revelers had started arriving for the concert, the organisers deemed it unfit for the show to continue since the stage had been brought down and the ground at Lugogo was soggy.
Speaking to journalists, the singer said he had prepared well for the concert but said the storm was beyond his control but promised to return with a bang.
“What differentiates me from other artists is that I am strong. On February, 24 we shall be back.”