Denmark based Gambian singer David Jay thrilled fans at his Album Listening Party at Pearl of Africa Hotel on Saturday night.

The party was sponsored by STV Uganda owned by tycoon Sulaiman Kabangala Mbuga.
STV is the latest television station in Uganda. It’s expected to change the television industry in the country with unrivaled programming.

STV owner SK Mbuga and Jack Pemba

The party kicked off at 8:00pm with a few performances from different singers.

SK Mbuga was in attendance with his wife Vivian Jalia Mbuga, Jack Pemba, Rugirwa Katatumba, GNL Zamba and other socialites.

Rapper GNL Zamba and wife

David Jay hit the stage towards midnight and thrilled revellers with stunning stage performance.

STV Uganda, a new urban entertainment station based in Buziga will have monthly viewers and listeners party with a surprise artist.

The station will officially be launched in April after all the set up is done.

The talented David Jay jetted into the country a few days ago ahead of the invite only event to

take place at Pearl of Africa hotel.

While addressing a press conference at Pearl of Africa Hotel prior to his performance, the star musician said he was honored and excited to be in Uganda to perform at the all invite show sponsored by STV Uganda owned by businessman Sulaiman Kabangala Mbuga aka SK Mbuga.

STV Uganda which will be an entertainment and educative station with 70% broadcast in English will officially launch in April this year. And station will hold monthly activations in which fans will get a chance to meet, mix and mingle with various African superstars.

SK Mbuga, the station’s proprietor said the station is mostly targeting the young generation. The station- already accessible on Gotv, will as well be connected on DStv, StarTimes, Azam to give viewers more choices. The set up is in final stages.

David Jay had fans excited

On employment, the tycoon said the station will groom and employee its own staff unlike most TV stations which poach from other stations.

“We want to groom our own, we aren’t employing those already experienced. This will give a chance to everyone to come in and try out something new,” SK Mbuga said.


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