October 24, 2020
October 24, 2020

Paulo Kafeero: Ugandan musician (born: 1970 – died: 2007)



Paulo Kafeero (born on the 12t of July in 1970) a Ugandan singer[1]. As a musician, Kafeero has won some notable awards. In both 2003 and 2004, Kafeero won the PAM award for best Kadongo Kamu artist/group


In 1977, Kafeero began school at Nkokonjjeru Demonstration Primary School, and went on to Ngogwe Baskerville secondary school, walking the four kilometres there each day. In the same year he began school, his father left the family. Because of his mother’s opposition to his interest in music, he went to stay in the nearby village of Masaba with his older sister Grace and her husband. Grace’s husband intermittently paid his school fees after his father’s abandonment. With no secure source of school fees, Kafeero did not finish secondary school. He earned money by making bricks, cultivating beans, selling used clothes, and tailoring. Kafeero’s father gave no further support and had no contact with his son until he became famous

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