President Yoweri Museveni has donated Shs 400m to the association of Uganda artists to help them build and office.
The association asked the president who is also a new rapper on the scene to get them some piece of land where they can build offices.
Museveni was attending a music and art performance dubbed “ekyeppukulu” held at Mandela National Stadium on Sunday.
Eagles production boss, Geoffrey Lutaaya, promised to always be there whenever the president needs musicians to sensitise people across the country.
Andrew Kibuuka, the president of performing artists of Uganda, also promised that musicians would in appreciation of Museveni’s contribution start marketing government projects.
Museveni promised to always support them if they continue to be organised.
Among those who performed at the event included; Gagamel boss, Bebe Cool, Leone Island boss, Jose Chameleone and David Lutalo, etc.
Museveni, the rapper, released his Mpenkoni in 2010 which helped him capture the hearts of the youth and win 2011 elections.
In July 2015, he released Yengoma which talks about his need to stay longer in power.
The song is already becoming a hit on social media platforms.