Ugandan songstress Nina Roz has vowed to help end drug addiction in the music industry by reaching out to fellow artists battling the vice.
The Black Market signee has already started engaging artistes with his first being Gift Ov Kaddo who almost lost track after the death of his music partner.
“I’m so honored and grateful to the Almighty to enable me to reach out to people wanting to make a change in their lives and thank you to everyone that believes in me. And I believe together we can make a change about our health as artists. Don’t hesitate to reach to me if you are battling with drug addiction and you definitely want to know about your life on all my social media platforms,” she said.
Nina Roz is one of the few Ugandan celebrities that have openly confessed to having had a battle with drug addiction.
She first opened up about her addiction problem in May 2020 during an interview with a local media outlet. During the interview, she thanked God that she quit drugs before she was forced into rehab.
Following the revelation, many judged and ridiculed her, but she is happy with her life post-drugs. She has not had any relapse and has managed to maintain a sober life.
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