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Sitya loss kids to honor their fallen companion

 

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The triplets receive money meant to shoot the video. Photo by Eddie Chicco

It was late last year when one of the ‘Sitya loss’ kids known as Alex Ssempijja past on after a terrible accident in Makindye which also left Patricia Nabakoza bedridden for over a week but prior to that incident, the dance/singing group known as ‘Triplets’ were still in studio recording their latest single called ‘Jingale’ a Zulu word that is translated as ‘Cautious’. D to the passing of Alex, the management decided to make the song a tribute to their fallen group member and through Cameroon Gitawo, a Ugandan businessman based in South Africa, the video of the song has been taken care of.

Gitawo paid shs1.5million for the video shoot of this track which will be done on Monday next week. The money was paid to Miss Asha Kaaja, the manager at Jahlive studios in Makidye this afternoon at 2pm.

The Money Team (TMT)'s Cameroon Gitawo hands over scholarstic materials worth over Shs5m to children of Triplets Ghetto Kids Home, Makindye on January 5. TMT also donated Shs1m cash for school fees to the children and pledged to give the same amount every month this year. PHOTO BY EDDIE CHICCO

The Money Team (TMT)’s Cameroon Gitawo hands over scholarstic materials worth over Shs5m to children of Triplets Ghetto Kids Home, Makindye on January 5. TMT also donated Shs1m cash for school fees to the children and pledged to give the same amount every month this year. PHOTO BY EDDIE CHICCO

 

According to Mr Dauda Kavuma, the manager of Triplets dance group, Gitawo is a man of his word because even without his presence, he was able to send the whole amount to see that the good cause is achieved. “Gitawo came to offer us his support and unlike other people who have pledged to us without delivering, he sent us the money today even though he’s not in the country.” Said Dauda.

Patricia, a survivor in the tragic accident also gave a thumbs up to Gitawo saying he is so friendly and his help is surely going to make this tribute successful.

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