By Hussein Kiganda
Singer Ceaserous (real name Solomon Ssentongo) is over the moon after graduating with a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the East African Polytechnic College in Kyambogo, a city suburb.
Having bagged the degree, he rushed to share the news of his achievement with his fans on social media on May 6.
“Congratulations to me. Thank you Almighty God #mukamawamanyi,” Ceaserous wrote.
The singer told The Kampala Sun that the major challenge he faced on his educational journey was balancing books and work.
He expressed happiness that he has studied what he is practising.
“I am marketing myself as a business entity and it is working,” he said.
Ceaserous revealed that the degree will help him to market his brand further.
The singer has been on and off in the music industry. He thanked his fans for being patient with him, and promised that this year will be his year.
“I have not been releasing songs in these few years, but my fans have stayed with me. This year, I am going to release many projects. I have already released one,” he promised.
The singer is known for his hit song, Dangerous, released in 2016.
He also released other songs such as Kilila, Nice And Good, Kola Nabino, and Wewawo.
This year, he released Newuunya after about two years.