Singer Mr Dee Joins Politics, Puts Music Aside

Posted on Jul 18, 2020
By LTAuthor


Singer Odora Denis popularly known as Mr Dee has divided into politics. He will be seeking an elective seat in his home town, Apac district.

The Tuff Beat Records CEO said he will be vying for Apac district parliamentary seat. He took to Facebook "Let's not consider wealth, poverty or political parties but a servant who thinks of development and working for people, Anyim Pe Ngeye."

This comes few months after seeing fellow comrades vying for their home town parliamentary seat in 2021.

Mr Dee has joined the long list of musicians like Jose Chameleone, Bobi Wine, Kalifah Aganaga, Bosmic Otim, Liama, Easybash, among others with political ambitions.

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