Gagamel boss Moses Ssali aka Bebe Cool came out on yesterday to display his certificate of attendance of the musicians’ workshop that’s been taking place in Gulu.
Bebe Cool said that yesterday 3rd August 2021 was the last day of the workshop that’s been taking place in Gulu and they learnt a lot of things from there.
Musicians and Gulu have dominated the news for the past few days and weeks for their engagements with General Salim Saleh.
This saw many people criticise them for living a life of beggars but they came out numerous times to clarify saying they had not gone there to get handouts but rather lobby government’s support towards their industry.
Bebe Cool through his post on Facebook said that they had learnt different policies on how to better the industry.
“During the workshop, we dissected the performing arts using the Strengths Weakness, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT), SMEAC (Situation Mission Execution and Administration Comman & Control) and TEAM (Together Everyone Achieved More) analysis to understand the position of the industry, identify the enemy and strategize on how to attack and win the war of restructuring the industry.” Bebe Cool wrote.
He went ahead to say that the creative industry contributes 3% to the country’s GDP and therefore the government has to pay full attention to organising it.
The singer concluded by appreciating all those who had made this workshop happen and said that the new culture and creative industry of Uganda just began.