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At a Nile Special-fueled East African meat fair, visitors were served to delectable meat.

The East African Meat Carnival returned larger and better over the weekend, following a brief hiatus caused by the Covid-19-induced shutdown.

UTARKE was a mix of cuisines and music from Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, and Kenya.

Every quarter, the carnival will showcase regional music and cuisine dedicated to a different country, starting with Uganda.

Partygoers savored Ugandan foods matched with Ugandan beer at the carnival, which was sponsored by Nile Special.

Nile Special joined the event for the first time this year to help boost attendance and keep revelers refreshed with a beer that is “Unmatched In Gold.”

This is in keeping with Nile Special’s mission, which is to recognize and honor Ugandan greatness, no matter how big or small. From music to food, the occasion was capped off with Nile Special’s most awarded flavor.

“We’ve been celebrating Nile Special’s excellent quality since last year, when the brand received 21 gold medals, the most gold medals ever awarded by a Ugandan beer.” “Events like the East African Meat Carnival allow us to celebrate with our customers,” said Nile Breweries’ Head of Marketing, Amou Majok.

Nile Special, according to Majok, is all about celebrating Uganda’s uniqueness, and one of the things that makes this country stand out is our food.

The carnival featured BBQ prepared by chefs Mark Kaheru and Mozes, as well as performances by Uganda’s top musicians.

It was presented by Sami Wetala and Esteri and featured performances by reggae maestro Maddox Ssematimba, Luga flow rapper Mun G, and Queen Sheebah.

Top deejays such as Sir Aludah, Deejay Jo, Deejay Mary Jo, DJ Cisse, DJ Xzyl, and DJ Mujo provided additional entertainment to the event.

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