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    Promoters told to acquire letters of clearance before holding events

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    Music and events promoters have been urged to always make sure that they first acquire letters of clearance from the National Promoters Association (NPA) before they hold events anywhere in the country.

    The new directive has been passed on today in a meeting that has been chaired by veteran singer and humanitarian Halima Namakula.

    The laws start with immediate effect as of 13th March 2023 and whoever will be nabbed organising an event without a letter of clearance will have to serve a punishment.





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