Founder & Director
Kenneth is a well-rounded performer and event manager with a creativity to burn. He has had diverse career in the entertainment industry to date in music, comedy, dance, theatre and modelling. His passion for the performing arts is best expressed through music and dance and his exceptional talent for song composition, vocals, East African percussion and the guitar.
Kenneth was well on his way to making a name for himself in the Ugandan entertainment industry.
Tusubira's multifaceted experiences include; ranking as one of Uganda's top six stand-up comedy acts in a reality TV series (produced by Endemol South Africa), to performing in the highly popular Ugandan gospel-pop outfit, 'Sauti' (The Voice). Sauti recorded a number of highly popular tracks and enjoyed a vibrant following both in Uganda and Kenya.
Kenneth secured the star role as a victim of war in renowned Ugandan playwright, Alex Mukulus' musical “The Journey to Self-Realisation” and has choreographed dance pieces for the benefit of Queen Elizabeth II during her last visit to Uganda in 2007. Kenneth also secured a stint on 2006’s award-winning movie “The Last King of Scotland” with big names Forest Whittaker and James McAvoy.
Since immigrating to Australia in 2010, Kenneth has taken his passion of the industry to new level. Founder of Obimba Entertainment in 2014, completing a Diploma of Music Industry from the NSW Technical and Further Education Commission Australia (TAFE) where he studied under Peter Gates and is currently studying Certificate IV (Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) Accredited), Small Business Management and Micro Business Operations.