Singer, Mansour Ssemanda aka King Saha is soon completing his mansion in Katalemwa village, Nakawuka – Wakiso district.
King Saha has been building his mansion slowly but during the 2020 Covid-19 lockdown, he decided to finish the boys-quarters of his mansion and shifted from Makindye rental straight to Nakawuka.
Saha who is contesting for Uganda Musicians Association (UMA) presidential seat, hosted his neighbours and relatives for luncheon during this week’s Eid celebrations.
He is now putting final touches on the mansion and revealed that he plans to occupy it before the end of this year. In interviews, king Saha disclosed that he copied the house plan from abroad but narrowed it down to fit in his finances.
Saha joins Jose Chameleone, Eddy Kenzo, Bobi Wine, Eddy Yawe, Bebe Cool, Rinald Mayinja among others who have mansions.
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