“I will always be grateful to God for how far his hands have carried me,” Leone Island singer, Jose Chameleone, wrote on his Facebook page.
The singer says a “story will be told to the next generation -Once Lived Jose Chameleone.”
He was referring to his magnetic performance that left Goma city in Congo speaking in tongues last weekend.
“I sometimes wonder what I would be without the great music and talent he gifted me with.”
“It’s taken me places and made me friends from all walks of life. So, to all that wish me well, thank you countless times.”
He then turned attention to haters and those who have tried to belittle him over the years.
“The jealousy and envious, eat this!” he said while sharing his video of Goma concert.
Karimajong demand Wale Wale money
Meanwhile, a group of Karamojong elders from Rupa Sub County in Moroto district in Karamoja sub region are asking where Chameleone put the money that was supposed to avail them with boreholes and pit latrines.
The elders told Daily Monitor that when the singer went to shoot a video for his “Wale Wale” song in July 2014, he promised them benefits.
According to Mze Peter Lokol, the elders were ferried to Kampala to witness the launch of the album at Serena Hotel.
The launch was attended by First Lady and Karamoja Affairs minister, Janet Museveni, as the chief guest.
Mathew Lokwang, another elder warned that any person soliciting money for his personal gain using Karimojong will one day pay.
The elders told the newspaper they would never be photographed again in selfish agendas.