President Yoweri Kaguta has revealed how he was told about some Bazukulu who won some East African music competitions from Nairobi. The Sabalwannyi was referring to Ester and Ezekiel Mutesasira who are now the talk of town.
The two emerged victorious after flooring five other groups on the finals in Nairobi last evening. Esther and Ezekeiel are siblings and children of gospel singer Julie Mutesasira, they won through a majority vote from the audience and competed with Uganda’s DNA dance group, Jehovah Shallom Akapella, Kenya’s Spellcast dance group, 8-year-old Janelle Tamara and Rwanda’s Intayoberana dance group.
The singing champion duo are children to Julie Mutesasira and Pastor steven Mutesasira who performed Whitney Houston/Mariah Carey’s hit during the final round up of the competition
Ezekiel is 11 years and is in primary four at Hormisdallen school, Kamwokya. He emerged winner at the Uganda Has got talent competitions at club obligato in 2017 that won him a trip to US to perform at the Uganda North American Association (UNAA) convention
East Africa’s Got Talent is a talent show competiton that is part of the Got Talent Franchise owned by Simon Cowell. This season was produced y South African film production company Rapid Blued and was broadcasted live across four countries in East Africa Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda
The compettion has showcased a variety of talents from people across all East Africa of all ages with acts in singing, comedy, dancing, magic, stunts, among other varieties.
Kenya’s Jeff Koinange who is a show host at Citizen tv, Uganda’s Gaetano Kagwa who runs the morning show at Capital FM, Tanzanian song writer Vanessa Mdee and Rwanda’s DJ Cotact Makeda Mahedio graced the adjudication table as judges while Uganda’s comedienne Anne Kansiime has been the host of the 10-week competition.