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Spice Diana and Bishop Muwonge give hope to less privileged children 

From hiring bouncers to wearing boxes in the name of fashion, singer Spice Diana is at it again but this time giving a helping hand.

The singer showcased her charitable personality on Tuesday when she joined a man of God Bishop Arnold Muwonge of Kampala Children’s Center, Wakiso who is currently living in the UK to give Covid relief to the less privileged children in Katanga.

Wakiso-based NDE Network proprietor Bishop Muwonge together with Spice Diana donated foodstuffs and other basic needs worth Shs15M to the late dancer Sylvia Nandudu’s children in Kansanga.

The items that were supplied by Spice Diana included posho, matooke, sugar, rice, basins, cups, plates among others.

Bishop Muwonge reveals that he is dedicated to reaching out to the young less privileged children through the home he put in Wakiso.

“It has always been my calling to reach out to the young children and less privileged and that is why I have a dedicated children’s home in Wakiso, to cater for children,” Bishop Muwonge said pledging a long term partnership with the community and also looks forward to aiding more communities.

“I find joy in giving back to communities that is why when Bishop Muwonge called upon me I responded with much interest. I grew up in such communities and I relate” Spice Diana said

The singer added that “We reached out to Hope 4 Katanga Kids Project a community made up of mainly orphaned children and those that are HIV positive. Among the many things, we have reached out with household and food items.”

The excited children also performed songs, poems, and a football match to the excitement of Spice Diana who was the guest of honour at the mini-event that was held to welcome her.

This comes at a time when basic needs are not as affordable as usually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

 

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