By Mable Nakibuuka
Hundreds of partiers who attended this year’s Roast and Rhyme event ended up getting more than they had paid for, because of the fun, glamour and niceties that characterized the event.
Held at Murchison Falls National Park, where partiers could freely social distance and observe the Ministry of Health Standard Operating Procedures, this year’s festival was nothing like revelers had ever seen before.
On top of enjoying sumptuous barbecues and sipping on all tribes of drinks, the revelers had the best of their time and many of them left the event thanking the organisers, Swangz Avenue, for having pulled it off.
Aimed at promoting local tourism, the guests started their experience on Friday and on Saturday got an opportunity to enjoy game drives, before they settled down for delicious Nyama Choma, which they washed down with drinks to quench their thirst.
The weekend gateway was heavily booked by hundreds of Ugandans although the organisers could only allow 170 people, which is within the allowed limits by government.
However, even that number further reduced after one or two people were not allowed to board the tour bus because they registered high body temperatures at the departure point in Kampala.
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