Chameleon & Nile Breweries blaze Jinja up! words by the puzzle
Last Saturday at the Jinja Agricultural show grounds, Jose chameleon stole the show as he entered the premises. It should be remembered that Jose chameleon is still signed to Nile breweries and seldom shows up at all the company's promotion shows. But that’s besides the story the real story unfolded when Jose chameleon jumped onto the Nile Breweries stall stage. Immediately all the revelers left whatever they were doing to come and catch a glimpse of their star do his best hits.
One lady even abandoned her five year old just to catch a glimpse of the Ugandan celebrity. Many were heard shouting out Jose Jose! When he jumped on stage clad in blue denims and a long white designer T-shirt he started off with the song “Atasiiga” then took his fans through numerous of his songs like “Bomboklat”, “Katupakase” and others, need we mention that many female fans were struggling too hard at the front of the stage to touch chameleons shoes but without much success as security was a trifle too tight.
The crowd estimated in thousands was composed of students, the working class, wives and husbands, media personalities e.t.c. Also quite visible seated on the back of his double cabin pick up truck together with a lady companion and two cronies was one of Nile Breweries Head Honchos Shem Semambo who like a scout managed to improvise some "party" seats that he placed at the back of his truck to act like a bar. He visible seemed to be in merry mood I guess he was seeing the crowd's reaction toward the Nile breweries stall that he continuously imbibed his favorite beer brand club and kept his conversations to his hosts long and humorous indeed as they kept on bursting out with wild laughter.
The crowd too imbibed lots of club and Nile beer as it was sold at the normal price of 1,500 Shs By one (1) am in the night many were seen speaking in tongues and dancing like judgment day was the next day. Nile breweries had managed to treat its clients to a party well deserved. The Jinja agricultural show closed a day later.