Esther and Ezekiel Mutesasira recently captured Ugandans attention with their performances at the inaugural East Africa Got Talent competition.
On finals, singing duo walked away with a whopping USD50, 000 (Shs184m) after winning the first edition of the competition that went down in Nairobi, Kenya on Sunday October 6, 2019.
Esther and Ezekiel, 14 and 11 years old respectively are children of gospel singer Juliet Mutesasiira.
As a way of showing appreciation for raising Uganda’s flag high, Victoria University has rewarded the two superstars a special treat at Speke Resort Munyonyo.
The treat includes a boat cruise, swimming in the Olympic pool, horse riding, lunch and dinner.
Naiya Ruparelia, the University Director handed over the treat to Esther and Ezekiel.
About Victoria University:
The university was opened in August 2010 and has the capacity, the facilities and determination to revitalize higher education in Uganda and in the region. It is committed to playing a leading role in bringing and developing high– quality, student–centered learning opportunities based on standards of excellence that are unique, innovative and difficult to match.
The university is centrally located in the heart of Kampala City and on the main public transportation routes coupled with ample parking space.
Victoria University is part of Ruparelia Group of Companies, which has a strong presence in the education sector in Uganda and has under its portfolio, Kampala International School Uganda, Kampala Parents School and Delhi Public School International.
The institution is a cosmopolitan university with a wide range of nationalities. With a reputation as the best private, forward thinking and modern university in East Africa, Victoria University offers a vibrant and stimulating environment to further your studies.
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