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Turkey based Ugandan donates food to quarantined Ugandans

Anthony Mugabi

Anthony Mugabi, a Ugandan businessman based in Turkey has joined individuals and companies that are giving the Ugandan government a hand by donating to Ugandans in the lockdown period.

When the President ordered a lockdown to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Uganda, most businesses were affected and since most of the Ugandans are hand to mouth earners, they were left pondering on the next move.

Mugabi donated two tons of Beans and two tons of posho to Ugandans through the Ministry of Health that were delivered a few hours ago.

Mugabi who is known to many as a socialite has on several occasions come out to help some Ugandans who use social and local media to seek financial help.

The first time was when he helped a 12-year-old boy in Kawempe who was taking care of his family after their parents abandoned them. Most recently, he contributed to singer Evelyn Lagu’s medication who was bedridden weeks before the President asked her to be taken to Nakasero Hospital.

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