After raising the Ugandan flag high and reaching the popular Britain's Got Talent finals, The Triplets Ghetto Kids dance crew are back home from the UK, and have been welcomed back like Heroes with a Convoy picking them up from Entebbe Airport.
The Ghetto Kids were evicted from the show just a few steps away from winning as they were deemed favourites as they stormed the finals on May 31st, 2023, they finished in 6th place as the grand prize went to Norwegian comedian Comedian Viggo Venn.
The group was welcomed home by fans at Entebbe International Airport on Tuesday June 6th, in the afternoon hours.
The kids aged 6 to 13 years, all looked in high spirits although some seemed exhausted while one was seen limping on clutches.
Speaking to reporters at the airport, Dauda Kavuma the group manager attributed their amazing journey in the competition to their “organic and natural” performances.
Watch their convoy back home:
Dear drivers, today let the complaints of temporary traffic jam be low, for the sake of our ghetto kids. They have arrived back home😂👏👏🇺🇬🇺🇬 pic.twitter.com/7eqfRNcgwL— QUEEN NABULYA SYDNEY KAVUMA👸🌹 (@MISSTOURISM2022) June 6, 2023