Ugandan Artiste Winnie Nwagi forced to apologize

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Kampala, Uganda

Ugandan artiste Winnie Nwagi has been forced to apologize for the erotic behavior she exhibited during a performance at a secondary school.

The artiste was yesterday forced by the pornography control committee to sign an agreement that binds her to refrain from any future pornographic presentation.

Nwagi admitted to the Pornographic Control Committee that her indecent and erotic dancing went overboard to an audience of majority children.

This comes after a video of the “yitawo” singer and her dancers dancing indecently close to school children.

“I do hereby acknowledge that my presentations through indecent and erotic dancing during a music show held on 13th July 2019, at St. Mary’s College Kisubi was pornographic and contravened the provisions of the Anti-pornography Act 2014” the agreement Nwagi signed reads in part.

The agreement was signed in presence of Dr. Annette Kezabu Kasimbazi the Chairperson of the Pornographic Control Committee, and other two officers.

Winnie Nwagi is famous for songs such as Yitawo, musawo, fire dancer, kano and gwenonya.

Established by the Anti-Pornography Act 2014, the 9 – member Committee was inaugurated in 2017 and mandated with controlling pornographic material on media platforms, and to implement provisions of the law in relation to pornography. 

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