Artistes including Cindy Ssanyu have put their blame on Sheeba Karungi whose seductive musical shows allegedly led to the gov’t ban on musical shows in schools
Many Ugandan artistes mostly Gospel ones were harvesting big from School concerts and according to T Lanek, the self proclaimed President of Gospel Artistes, since February 25th, he has visited over 75 schools with a view of inspiring the students in addition to earning some money. However, indecent and seductive musical shows by some artists in front of students raised a red flag hence the ban from the government.
A document from the ministry of Education signed by the P.S Jane Egau Okuo and addressed to all educational institutions stated that the ministry has temporarily banned artistes from staging shows in schools till the ministry puts in place necessary guidelines.
This is allegedly attributed to a video that went viral on social media that showed Sheebah Karungi in a particular school singing and erotically dancing while dressed in a short dress that was exposing the shape of her “sumbie” in front of the innocent school students.
Basing on the fact that it was a good source of income for many artistes, the gov’t move has been heavily attributed to Sheebah’s circulating videos of her half naked dressing code as well as seductive dance moves!
Some people could be against Cindy’s opinion because she is also accustomed to wearing body exposing attire. But according to Boom party hit maker, Sheebah should have had it in mind that these are infants and people who can be easily influenced by the deeds of their role models.
Other artistes who have openly condemned Sheebah include Papa Cidy, Kid Dee and Phina Masannyalaze.
Nevertheless, the artistes stated that even schools should share part of the blame because they ought to check the dressing code of the artistes prior to their performance in front of their students.
I think 🤔 government should stop completely musicians from performing in schools because it can also drive students minds from concentrating on their books to the way a musician was doing on stage.