The ‘Lockdown’, organisers had said is ‘an artistic engagement in a public entertainment spot – be it hotel or bar.’A brainchild of Mavuno Church, the Lockdown is aimed at providing alternative entertainment with a positive message. The crowd that filled the Primrose Hall at the Imperial Royale Hotel in Kampala on Friday hoped for that. And they were not disappointed; maybe a little. The show kicked off with Afrie, who was followed by Naava Grey who lasted about 45 minutes.
By Caesar AbangirahKampala — Cricket Cranes hopes of adding a second win in eight meetings against Canada were today dashed as the visitors won by 66 runs in the first game of the ICC World Cricket League Division Three at the Lugogo Oval. Most of the damage was done by Rizwan Cheema who scored 91 runs off 44 balls to set Canada on course for 234 runs after the game was reduced to 42 overs when rain delayed the start by two and a half hours.
Cricket Cranes hopes of adding a second win in eight meetings against Canada were today dashed as the visitors won by 66 runs in the first game of the ICC World Cricket League Division Three at the Lugogo Oval. Most of the damage was done by Rizwan Cheema who scored 91 runs off 44 balls to set Canada on course for 234 runs after the game was reduced to 42 overs when rain delayed the start by two and a half hours.
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