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Spice Diana tasked by Bishop Arnold Muwonge to give back to society at birthday dinner

Spice Diana cuts cake during the dinner

A few days ago singer Spice Diana was a year older. She threw a lavish party to celebrate this milestone. Ever since then, different people have come out and celebrated the singer in different ways.  Dinners, gifts have all been given to the ‘Bagikona’ singer as a way of showing her love.

Wakiso based Bishop Arnold Muwonge year celebrated Spice Diana’s birthday with charity activation.

Spice Diana with Bishop Arnold Muwonge

Bishop Muwonge who is the singer’s spiritual father dined with her for a cause. During the dinner, he guided her on how else to celebrate her birthday and advised her that giving back to the community is more fulfilling.

The dinner happened at Speke Resort Munyonyo where they did only cut cake but also to send envoy to community and give back to the vulnerable, something they have done together before.

Bishop Arnold Muwonge on behalf of his 15 year organisation that has been giving back to communities, NDE, gave Spice Diana with a “Fat” envelope with funds to go and enhance the livelihood of the vulnerable communities that have been hit by Covid-19, disease, and poor housing. We were not able to make summation of the amount given to the singer.

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