By Emmanuel Ssejjengo
It remained as a concept on paper for a long while, until Julius Kyazze, the Swangz Avenue CEO, chanced on a visit to Jahazi Pier in Munyonyo. He immediately called his colleagues and burst out, “Eureka! I got the right place!” That was in 2016, and immediately the first edition of Roast and Rhyme was upon us.
It was a novel idea; where we were encouraged to turn up with our meats and do our own roasts, then we would rhyme, or listen to others rhyme.
Each one made different sense of the picnic-ky event by the lakeside, in the upscale Munyonyo.
In pictures, we tell the story of Roast and Rhyme over the years.
All pictures by Nicholas Oneal