KAMPALA – Seasoned entertainment show host and TV presenter Miles Rwamiti has revealed his next course of action after being defeated terribly in his quest to represent the people of Hoima East in the 11th Parliament.
Rwamiti who was contesting on the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) ticket is one of the many people from the entertainment industry whose political aspirations were watered down by the electorate.
The renowned TV show host has now revealed that he is considering opening up a music school to teach a number of local artists how to sing and the different voices that he believes artists should learn as his next move since he lost the MP race.
“Before we think of copying and imitating the Nigerians, we have to first love and support ourselves. I am going to open up a music school so that I teach our local artists how to sing because most of them don’t know how to,” he said.
Rwamiti added that Team No Sleep songstress Sheebah Karungi will be one of his first students as he described her as a mere dancer who is just lucky to have met with Jeff Kiwa and made her a big stage name.
“Artists need to go and learn different voices in music because many of them don’t know. Sheebah is a dancer. Secondly, she has luck, and good enough she crossed path with a blessed opportunity and fell in good hands.”
Rwamiti did not however give information about where the school is going to be located but prayed to God if all goes well, he plans to start the school in the areas of Ntinda.
Much as many celebrities were defeated in the just concluded elections, Rwamiti’s vote count of 149 votes was unexpectedly too little thus making him a center of all sorts of mockery.
The furious former TV show host said that many people who are laughing at his political misfortune don’t even know what it means getting a nomination.
“Stop mocking people who were defeated in the elections, as Miles, I am here and I have what to do next. Those shouting don’t know what it means to get a nomination, how to pay the Ugx 3M nomination fee, and investing in the campaigns but you are their speaking rubbish,” he said.
Despite the failure, Rwamiti’s political spirits are still high and he promised to contest again come 2026, but for a time being, he said that he already has a lot of things planned out for this period as he awaits the next election season.