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Police defends Nyege Nyege Festival after BBC labeled it immoral

The Police spokesperson Fred Enanga has come out to defend the Nyege Nyege Festival that happened over the weekend.

This was termed as immoral by the BBC in its coverage but Police thinks otherwise.

“I also want to confirm to the public that whereas the BBC termed the Nyege Nyege Festival as immoral, I don’t think it was. We didn’t register cases of immorality like relayed in the many fears of the legislators and also some members of the public. We want to inform members of the public that the festival ended successfully. Both local and international party goers attended the 4 day event with smashing performances from a number of artists. There was a plethora of thrilling performances across the venue,” said Fred Enanga.

It should be recalled that the festival was called off some time back by Parliament as they termed it immoral.

MPS said that it was a breeding hub for sexual immorality including homosexuality and drug abuse.

However, an executive order from the Prime Minister okayed the festival to go ahead as planned.

And indeed it did sell out as people partied and had a great memorable time.

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