Ugandan singer, entertainer, actress, and playwright Mariam Ndagire on Friday 1st November bagged millions of shillings after selling off the distribution rights of her 2012 Ugandan Movie dubbed 'Dear Mum'.
Its a new month with a new vibe for the mother and talented film director who has decided to hand over one of her lifetime movie pieces for distribution and promotion by the New Lords Corner distribution company.
Blizz Uganda has learnt that the 'Kiki onvuma' singer's 'Dear Mum' master piece mainly focus on the rekindling of the precious love and support given in by mothers in the proper upbringing of their children. Revelers have been alerted that the new Ugandan movie will be ready in the markets for consumption by Thursday 7th November.
"Today I put pen to paper and gave DVD DISTRIBUTION RIGHTS to NEW LORDS CORNER to avail each one of you with a copy of my Movie DEAR MUM whenever you need it. It will be in shops around the country starting Thursday 7th Nov 2019. For those who want the "njogerere" it will be available in VJ JUNIORZ voice. Alhamdhulillah #ByUgandaBuildUganda" she captioned.
Watch Dear Mama Trailer below:
Below is Mariam's post: