It gives us much honour to reach out to you as we thank God for having enabled us to make it through 2020. Because of your resilience and confidence in us, which is the source of inspiration, here we are standing and committed to serve our industry even better everyday.
2020 has been one of those most challenging years. The COVID-19 pandemic devastated the entire world with unprecedented consequences not forgetting that entertainment industry is still under uncertainty. Our sympathies go out to those who lost their beloved ones due to COVID-19 and our prayers to those who are sick.
It feels good that we are leaving the challenging year behind us and look forward to the New Year with hope. Now that the new year is here, lets give it a warm welcome, cherish each moment and celebrate a new beginning.
You may wish to know that UNCC Board of Trustees and Management together with Ministry of Gender Labour and Social Development are doing whatever is in our reach to ensure that the restrictions are eased to enable the Arts and Culture sector get back to business as we adapt to the new normal. We will keep you posted in our subsequent communications.
We continue to encourage you to join us at our digital platform UNCC@ HOME every Friday at 07:30pm as we entertain you from the comfort of your homes. Please subscribe in order to be updated with new developments.
Please take all precautionary measure to protect yourself and your loved. Always wear a mask whenever you are going out or recieving guests, wash hands more often, sanitize and keep social distance. If we fully follow these guidelines, we will all live to celebrate 2021 and beyond.
UNCC promises to renew our commitment to serve you as we move forward into the new year together with you.
We wish you a prosperous year 2021 and beyond.
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