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I used to feed on plain posho for survival – Lil Pazo reveals


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Sometimes when you see people enjoying the harvest of their hard work and bossing around, you should leave them to have a good time as they toast to their success.

Such is the case for singer Lil Pazo Lunabe, born Yasin Mukasa, who has had to hustle a lot to achieve.

Hailing from deep down in the remote villages of Masaka to relocating to Bwaise, Lil Pazo tried out doing comedy and karaoke.

He then relocated to Munyonyo where he would sleep in semi-finished houses and acted as a security guard. Lil Pazo has had a fair share of the true hustles of life.

Speaking in an interview on the Kasuku Live YouTube channel, the “Emotooka” fame singer recounted how he used to survive on feeding on plain posho as he chased the dream of becoming a renowned singer.

Being a well-behaved person, Lil Pazo lived largely at the mercy of people who felt pity for him and they would sometimes give him a hand.

Fortunately, God answered his prayers and transformed his life. As a boda-boda rider, he was blessed with a hit song “Genda Ogule Emotoka” which elevated his life to the better position that he is living at the moment.

During the interview, he disclosed his plans to hold a two-day “Enkudi” festival that he plans to host at Aero Beach on the 18th of August.

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