Songstress Winnie Nwagi will always be remembered in Kitintale as an entertainer who used her body well on stage to entertain revelers.
Nwagi, who is a Pepsi brand ambassador, was in Kitintale to entertain residents during the handover of a Toyota Noah to the first winner in the ongoing Pepsi Sala Puleesa promotion.
“I have been watching her on TV and I thought it was a camera trick, Nwagi is endowed,” said Douglas Luwaga, a Kitintale resident.
Clad in blue tight trousers and a brown top, Nwagi took to the stage at about 5PM with her new hot hit “Magic”. In a few seconds, she was joined by a resident only known as Mathew on stage. As the performance picked momentum, Mathew drew himself closer to Nwagi and within seconds, the two were a body- to- body. That sparked off ululations from the audience and chants from men calling on Mathew to squeeze Winnie even harder.
Nwagi responded to the call by turning around and twerking, sending the audience into a frenzy. The spectators, mostly men, were left in awe as the songstress was later joined by Mun G to perform. The duo was later joined by Abel Mukeera, the first winner in the Pepsi Sala Puleesa promotion. Mukeera won the first Toyota Noah in the promotion.
“I am very grateful that I have won, but I also thank Nwagi and Mun G*for energizing this handover, they have made it memorable,” Said Mukeera.
Sala Puleesa is a promotion in which Crown Beverages Limited is awarding their customers for consuming Pepsi, Mirinda and Mountain Dew. The other notable winners in the promotion include Jamada Ssenyonjo from Nateete who won a motorbike and Andrew Omara from Kole District who won a plasma TV screen. Goretti Kwikiriza from Masindi and Joy Anguko from Arua won phones.
According to Ms. Berna Kizza, the Pepsi brand manager, the promotion worth shs3.5 billion will run for three months.