With Baby Gloria being the first artiste to perform, Yesterday, Gospel singer Betty Nakibuuka Senyonjo’s 20th anniversary in the Gospel music industry went down successfully in Sheraton hotel’s Rwenzori Ball Room. It was a cooperate kind of event where the people were smartly dressed in their best out fits ready to cheer up their star.
Baby Gloria who recently turned 14, exited the fans with her performance and after, the MC of the night Prince Nick paused a question to her and the crowd, Should we keep on calling her Baby Gloria? The master of ceremonies asked. With too much excitement, the revelers shouted yes.
Shortly after, Jolie Mirembe Senyonjo young sister to Baby Gloria, took the stage and thrilled the revelers when she perfectly showcased her talent in dancing the foreign dance named ‘Ballet’ which got everyone wondering whether she really had bones
As time for the main performer and one who was celebrating 20 years in the gospel music industry Betty Nakibuuka came closer, Baby Gloria took the stage again and took the people through how it has been like, growing up as a talented child musically with her mother who is also one of the top gospel artistes in the pearl of Africa.
While addressing the people, the ‘Mummy Mummy’ singer said that her beloved mother has shaped and groomed her right as a girl child. At exactly 8:25 pm, Betty Nakibuuka took the stage and the revelers couldn’t help but cheer up the ‘Luyimba Lwaange’ singer as she walked on stage with a choir of 5 people.
Being a born again Christian, Betty first performed a worship song dubbed ‘Tukutendereze’ which put the crowd into the worship and praise mood especially pastor Manjeri who sat on one of the front seats. Later, she performed majority of her songs as the fans cheered her but though she was singing, Betty was seen crying and wiping the tears of joy because of the overwhelming number of people who came to celebrate the 20 years with her.
She had a special time of thanks giving to the people who enabled her to come up as a gospel singer and also growing up as a girl to now an old lady. That’s when she took a special time again to thank her beloved mother who was in attendance too. At 10:35pm, she cut the cake together with a few of her friends which the general crowd had a taste of.
Shortly after a group of pastors who were lead by Bishop Kiganda David in prayer, prayed with Nakibuuka and congratulated her for making 20 years in the gospel music industry and shortly after the event came to an end.
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