Musician Eddy Kenzo has been cleared by court to star performing once again in Uganda.
This is after a court injunction last month barred him from performing anywhere within the borders of Uganda.
It followed a case filed by Luba Events boss, Supercharger against Kenzo.
Supercharger accused Kenzo of breaching their contract signed in 2020.
Luba Events was the one supposed to organize Kenzo’s Eddy Kenzo Festival at Kololo Independence Grounds in 2020.
All papers had been signed but then COVID-19 broke out and events were indefinitely suspended.
When concerts resumed this year, Kenzo went ahead to organize the show under his Big Talent label and it massively sold out.
This saw Luba proceed to court and it in turn barred Kenzo from performing anywhere.
And with the festive season around the corner, he risked missing out on minting some monies.
Luckily for him, court has cleared him to go ahead with performing in Uganda.
“Lies are too loud with unnecessary noise but the truth always comes in organized sweet melodies. Today the 20th of Decemberthe Honorable court of Uganda ruled in our favour against the temporary injunction that was intended to stop Me from doing my job.
The matter has been dismissed with costs and I can only tell you my people that we gonna have a good time this festives season. Make the dates.”