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This is for you if you have been missing those old days of Lingala treats in town…

Fally Ipupa, the Congolese singer-songwriter, dancer, philanthropist, guitarist and producer has been confirmed that he will be coming to town for a performance come the 13th of December this year.

He will be performing live at Lugogo Cricket Oval and entrance will be 30k ordinary, 100k VIP and 4M for a table.

Tickets are already on sale and you can reserve yourself one online online by dialinh *252# on all networks.

Simply choose MTICKET followed by Fally Ipupa and choose the show, enter number of tickets and then enter your pin.

On the15th of December, he will be at Greenlight Stadium Arua all Powered by Next Media’s Next Radio.

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