Jose Chameleon defies Covid-19 – Set to hold a Concert

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Joseph Mayanja popularly known by his stage name Dr. Jose Chameleon is set to appear in a mega concert in the Malawian capital, Lilongwe.

The concert is scheduled for the 15th of this month and shall be held at the one of the city’s famous clubs The Mingle at which he shall blow his fans with his musical hits that have kept him assail for the past years.

In a video clip making rounds on social media, Jose Chameleon asks his fans in Malawi to come up and buy the VIP tickets to the show as he promises to entertain them to the peak and throughout the night.

Many Ugandan artists have been left stranded with nothing to turn to especially after their industry has been under key and padlock for approximately a year now following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Due to this, artists have sought pastures elsewhere as a means of surviving during the trying times presented by the covid-19 period, some advice online concerts while others have opted for businesses.

Dr. Jose Chameleon on the other hand chose to entertain the crowds through a concert and seeing as Uganda has no room to accommodate these, Malawi was just the perfect destination for him.

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Vinka once did the same as she earlier this year had a concert in Southern Sudan. Unfortunately, one of her fans molested her during the concert. Hopefully, their won’t be a repeat of such an event ever again.

We pray for Chameleon to have total success in his upcoming concert with a maximum turn up to fill the Mingle club.

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