NUL hosts ter­tiary new­com­ers’ ball

Lesotho Times - - Entertainment - Li­jeng Ranooe

THE re­vamped ter­tiary new­com­ers’ ball is on to­mor­row evening at the Na­tional Univer­sity of Le­sotho’s (NUL) Machabeng Sta­dium in Roma.

The event was ini­tially held on 2 Septem­ber this year and the venue was changed at the last-minute from Roma to Maseru Mall due to strikes that rocked three NUL, Lerotholi Poly­tech­nic and Limkok­wing Univer­sity.

It was held un­der the tagline Fresh­ers Week: The Ul­ti­mate Fresh­man but this edi­tion will be big­ger as it com­bines the orig­i­nal line-up of Cli­max Life­style and that of De­fend the Trap.

Dubbed De­fend the Trap Meets Fresher’s Re-up, the en­ter­tain­ment line-up in­cludes Dj Mlungu, Os­mic, Priddy Ugly, Nine 24, Trybz, Frank Casino and Ma­jor League to name a few with Kat Afro, Kiva, Queen Mo’slay as the of­fi­cial MC’S for the night.

“Re-up is big­ger, the line-up is bet­ter and, we are in a col­lab­o­ra­tion with an­other lo­cal event or­ga­niz­ing com­pany called De­fend the Trap,” said Leshoboro Makhanyane, the Cli­max Life­style Ex­ec­u­tive Di­rec­tor.

“The de­mand for the event was high as the orig­i­nal fresher’s plans changed due to stu­dents strik­ing and we owe our sup­port­ers be­cause of the last-minute change of venue.

“The dust has set­tled and the stu­dent com­mu­nity want the event at the sta­dium and be­cause of the size of the venue, we know there will be a bet­ter turnout.

“We want to build a name for Cli­max Life­style, cre­ate an ex­pe­ri­ence for the youth of Le­sotho,” Mr Makhanyane said.

He said they had re­cruited an ad­di­tional 15 guards to en­sure ad­e­quate se­cu­rity.

Tick­ets for the event are avail­able at all Econet Stores at M80 for an early bird which in­cludes an M10 Econet voucher. They cost M100 at the gate.

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