By Alex Balimwikungu
Singer Hajara Namukwaya (Spice Diana) is a musician of many firsts as long as the subject concerns schools.
For a singer who once became the butt of a joke after claiming she scored 32 points in A’level (the maximum points used to be 25 at the time), she is back with another suggestion.
Speaking in an interview, she suggested that the Government should go ahead and authorise the tailoring of specific uniforms for musicians to enable them perform in schools.
She believes the move to ban musicians from school performances was not well thought through and should be repealed.
Spice Diana’s comments come after Dr. Jane Egau Okou, the acting permanent secretary in the Ministry of Education, said until proper measures are put in place, there will be no musicians stepping in schools for performances.
“Personally, I don’t have that many school performances but I know of many musicians who have been affected. Let the Government design for us uniforms in form of sports wear and we resume performing in schools,” she said.
Spice Diana’s comments come after Sheebah Karungi, who was faulted for scandalising kids with her micro mini-dresses and erotic dance regimen, refused to apologise.
She insists parents should be at the forefront of child upbringing and they are blaming the wrong people (musicians).