Afro-pop singer Irene Namatovu was on 20th January rewarded with an honorary certificate in music and dance from the Mariam Ndagire Film and Performing Arts Centre.
In 2010 veteran singer and film director, Mariam Ndagire established the Mariam Ndagire Film and Performing Arts Centre (MNFPAC) with a zeal to elevate Uganda’s entertainment industry through nurturing committed, honest and disciplined artists.
On 20th January 2023, the institution witnessed its second graduation, and a number of qualified film & performing artists left with their qualifications in hand.
Singer Irene Namatovu was as well privileged to receive an honorary certificate in music and dance, and she couldn’t contain her excitement through her socials.
Am so delighted to have been among the few artists who were awarded a certificate as an outstanding musician who has greatly contributed to the music industry in Uganda by the Films and arts performing center which is led by Omumbeja Mariam Ndagire. Thank you so much mama for This Special recognition.
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Numerous representatives from the institute and the entertainment sector attended the award ceremony, which was held at Bat Valley Theatre.
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