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VIDEO: Nkumba University defies COVID-19 guidelines to stage mega “Freshers ball” music event in Museveni’s town

Beautiful and juicy babes dressed to kill with many doing the unthinkable and undoable things during the event.

Nkumba University defied the Ministry of healthy and Presidential guidelines on deadly disease COVID-19 to stage a mega music event dubbed “Flashers Ball” on Saturday, April 24 at campus grounds in Entebbe.

As usual, the old students and Fleshers had a cool time enjoying their lives to the fullest. Beautiful and juicy babes dressed to kill with many doing the unthinkable and undoable things during the event.

This annual event which is entitled to welcome new students at the Entebbe based University was headlined by a number of artists including Fik Fameica, Kalore Kasita, Feffe Bussi, Zex Bilangilangi, Suspekt Leizor, Prince Amor, Victor Luz, VIP Jemo, and dancers.

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However, as soon as the vibe of the party animal had just started going wild, the communication from the University guild president Mr. Amangule Sunday that Police had given them five minutes to depart the place surfaced their ears.

Students were very disappointed by the news that sent them back to their hostels that early on a weekend.

Boom.ug sources report that the security enforcers stormed Flashers Ball event at around 9:30pm for going past the curfew hours and flouting the presidential and Ministry of Health guidelines on the spread of the novel Coronavirus pandemic.

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The arrival of the police left the main headliner Fik Famaica missing out from performing which forced students to abuses the university guild president Mr Amangule for making them miss out on the electronic performance of their favourite singer.

It is believed that police intercepted Flashers Ball party after they came across videos and photos that showed revellers without face masks and not practicing social distancing.

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Boom.ug snoops understands that there was no excessive force used by police and no arrests reported even though the event was against COVID-19 guidlines.

However, what shocked many netizens and artists is why there is still a lock on music events, bars, and curfew yet events like this happens secretly and in the know of the police and in Entebbe where President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni resides.

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