HE HAS made a name as the best security and crowd control person in Kampala, and probably Africa.


Following his exploits at the AFCON 2019 in Egypt, Dixon Bond Okello is back in town.
This website understands Okello has offered 500 fruit tree seedlings and security services to the Green Festival set for this Sunday in Kololo.


Speaking to Xclusive UG, Green Festival CEO, Joseph Masembe said he was grateful to Okello’s contribution and promised a memorable event on Sunday.

Okello revealed he was getting involved because of his love for children.
On form musicians

B2C and Spice Diana have been lined up to perform at the Green Festival set for this Sunday. They will be joined by TNS star Roden Y Kabako.

Masembe, the Chief Executive Officer of the event- organising Little Hands Go Green, said this year’s festival will be a “bigger and better experience” with a life-sized recreation of a zoo.
“It is going to be a memorable Green experience with fireworks this time around. Every parent who loves their kid(s) and wants them to be happy has to bring them to the festival,” Masembe says.
Entrance fee is Shs10,000 per child, while parents will not be charged.

Kids with disabilities will enter for free.
Fruit tree seedlings will as usual be there to re-emphasize Little Hands commitment to greening up Uganda.

President Yoweri Museveni has attended the event twice.


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