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    Rwandan Duo Charly na Nina to Relocate Permanently to Kampala

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    Ever since they parted ways their manager, Rwandan female Afro pop & RnB duo Charlotte Rulinda a.k.a Charly and Fatuma Muhoza a.k.a Nina have not been having a great time musically back at home in Kigali.

    And when they came to Uganda late last year, it seems they fallen in love with ‘Pearl of Africa’ as there has development that that they do not want to go back home and soon considering relocating permanently yo Kampala.

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    Rwandan singing duo Charly na Nina

    According to close sources, Charly na Nina’s wanting to make Uganda’s capital their new home could be having something to do with their lyrical struggles back in Rwanda.

    The two have reportedly been living in Makindye, Kampala for the better part of this year and are allegedly recording more songs with Ugandan artistes hoping to establish a strong fan base here.

    Early this year, the two gorgeous beauties decided to terminate their contract with Decent Entertainment under manager Muyoboke who was their manager for five years. They then announced they would be taking control of their own careers by setting up their own management label.

    The ‘Zahabu’ hit makers endeared themselves to the Ugandan audience last year when they recorded a collaboration with Geosteady titled ‘Owoma’ that became an Anthem for lovers before they recorded a collabo with Bebe Cool titled ‘I Do’.

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