The Nsilikamu hit maker Moses Ssali, popularly known as Bebe Cool returned home from the United States of America on Monday with two cameras.
According to the singer, he bought the cameras at $70,000 (Shs265m) for his state-of-the-art video studio he is setting up in Uganda. His major aim is to prevent Ugandans from traveling to other countries to hire cameras.
“I want to set up a quality studio in Uganda so that I can save my brothers and sisters from flying to outside countries to spend a lot of money on shooting videos. I also invite musicians from the region to come and shoot their videos in Uganda because I have the equipment now,” ‘Big Size’ said.
Bebe Cool further says that these new cameras will expose Ugandan talent to the world market.
“Nigerians are not any better than Ugandans. We just need up to date equipment and support which I now planning to put up,” he said
This comes after the Gagamel boss, Bebe Cool has finally returned home after over a month of camping in the United States of America where he has been shooting his brand new video, ”Wasibuka wa” and equipping himself with knowledge on the latest technology for recording music and shooting videos.