Pulse MCM: Meet Ian Manzi, an Ambitious Guy With Enormous Dreams

Nonso Amadi recently performed at the 4th edition of shorts Na Lesu event that happened at Ddungu resort. Shorts Na Lesu is organised by a team of 4 young and enthusiastic gentlemen and Ian Manzi is one of them. Ian recently returned to Uganda after completing a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Exeter in the UK.

Although he studied engineering, Ian is extremely passionate about events planning and management. He is one of the proprietors of Shograph concepts which is an events management company that he hopes will expand and pull off major events in the near future. Manzi is the life of the party so it is not shocking that he is doing something that he actually loves.

Aside from the events, he is also into real estate management and agriculture. He manages properties of his parents but also buys off dilapidated houses and gives them a better touch. In the agriculture scene, he has acres of land with different crops that he hopes to soon turn into a demonstration farm. He also hopes to join the political scene in Uganda so that he can impact on the lives of people not only in Uganda but all over the world.

Manzi is not only a handsome boy but also a very ambitious and enthusiastic pulser who is going to be a big name in the next couple of years. He also has a unique sense of style and will always make a statement in every room that he steps into; you too can be like him by dialing *157*4# and getting discounts on amazing clothes from Twambale apparel.

Reasons You Should Attend #ShoNaLe

This year’s Shorts Na Lessu (#ShoNaLe) is going down on 24th August, 2019 at Ddungu Resort, Munyonyo Lakeside. This highly anticipated concert must have been running in your faces all over social media and maybe you didn’t clearly get a reason to attend, but ‘fear no more’.

Did you see what I did up there? MTN Pulse is on this one and that means just one thing – #NoFear. Let’s give you 5 reasons you shouldn’t miss this year’s edition.

5. Guvnor After Party
The after party of this year’s ShoNaLe is at Guvnor and you don’t have to change clothes for this. Revelers will be admitted in their shorts and sandals for the after party. Exclusive treatment for you that day. Beautiful, not so?

4. UBL Products Will Be Allowed In
Not many concerts admit drinks from the outside. In fact, unless it’s the concept, you won’t get any other concert that will allow you to carry your Uganda Waragi Coconut bottle inside when they can sell it to you at the event. ShoNaLe will be admitting in drinks as long as they’re of the Uganda Breweries Limited (UBL) make.

3. Venue Ambiance and Atmosphere
The party is at a lakeside venue. That speaks for itself. Enjoying your day in the social enjoyment of friends, good vibe, music and fresh water lake air. Lake Victoria is the biggest fresh water lake on the continent and it will be literally at your feet. Think about it, think.

2. Line-up of DJs
Uganda’s biggest turn table maestros in the recent times will be at ShoNaLe. DJ Irakoze to provide a youthful touch, Lagum and DJ Ssese teaming up with Ciza to burn the place up. If you have been to an event with any of these guys or listened to their mixes, you know they have the ability to transform a dull moody evening into the best day of your life. So brace yourselves.

1. Finally, Nonso Amadi
Nigerian crooner Nonso Amadi is headlining the event. There will be a lineup of Ugandan talent that will tease your night away, just before Nonso Amadi gets on the stage. When we asked him what to expect, he said “fireworks”. Not the usual fireworks but a performance akin to that description. He is ready to shut it down and so will be the other acts that night.

If your mind is not yet convinced to attend by now, just get your ticket from quicket.co.ug at 50K early bird and 80K on the gate.