By Ivan Mwine
Bootlicious singer Desire Luzinda, who transitioned from secular to gospel music, is slated to meet the Omukama of Tooro kingdom, Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru, for the first time.
Our Moles reveal that the two are set to meet in America on December 12th, 2021 where they will both attend the World Trumpet Honors award ceremony, at which Desire is one of the celebrities lined up to receive an award.
We have learnt that Desire is among celebrities lined up to be awarded by World Trumpet Honors in the United States of America for her humanitarian efforts.
World Trumpet Honors celebrates and recognizes groups that impact the global society with acts of compassion and kindness towards the needs of others, churches, individuals and ministries.
The award is in recognition of the several reach-out projects that she has been implementing through her charity organization known as “Desire Luzinda Foundation International”, which was launched in June 2021.
The award ceremony is slated for 12th December at 2401 South Stemmons Freeway Lewisville in Texas, United States of America and some of the confirmed dignitaries confirmed to attend the ceremony are Bishop TD Jakes, King Oyo Rukidi, Tooro Queen Mother Best Kemigisha among several others.
It should be noted that Desire is currently in Dallas, where she is doing work for her projects as she awaits the award ceremony.