KAMPALA – Upon his failure in pursuing a political career, Bad Character Records C.E.O and singer Khalifa Aganaga announced that he was ready to do business with any politician that was prepared to pay him.
This was after the singer who intended to represent the People of Rubaga South got a scare of fellow artist Joseph Mayanja alias Chameleone being denied a ticket for the mayoral race by NUP.
Few weeks later, Khalifa’s announced how he had landed himself a collaboration with President Museveni, who also is flag bearer for the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) in the 2021 elections where he is the sole candidate.
Through his social media platforms, the singer announced he was soon releasing a song with President Museveni of NRM, claiming they had already worked out the song.
“As you know I am good at making old people sing hits in this industry, as a producer, best songwriter, a sound engineer, and a businessman, I have landed on a collabo with the Current President of Uganda, H.E Yoweri Museveni,” he said then.
In a twist of events now, the singer has decided to venture into salon business to complement his struggling music career.
Kalifah had a big dream of representing the people of Rubaga South in the 11th Parliament but it didn’t work out well for him after he was denied the National Unity Platform (NUP) ticket to join the Parliamentary race.
Through his social media platforms, the singer shared a post inviting skilled unemployed youth to contact him for a good job offer, to work at his salon he called Kibooko Fire Salon which is yet to be opened.
“Am not ready for bottles just because… in a struggle to combat the widespread unemployment among fellow youths we are looking for young skilled professionals to work as barbers, make-up artists, hairdressers and stylists,” he said.
Of late, the Ekitangaaza singer has earned himself a number of enemies on social media after abusing NUP leader Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine when the NUP principal denied the party ticket. The bitter singer has since crossed to ruling party-NRM.