Controversy brews over Independence celebrations

Olopeng
Olopeng

Disgruntled local entertainers who are unhappy that government has opted to engage a South African based company to head the country’s 49th Independence celebrations have resorted to seek legal advice.

According to insiders, the announcement that an outside company would organise the celebrations came as a shock especially as government worked with local artists during past independence celebrations.

The celebrations will commence on September 27 and continue until September 30, 2015, across the country.

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