The Managing Director of the Sugar company, Abid Alam, officially handed over fifty gumboots and one tonne of sugar to the ghetto president and Nubian Lee on Tuesday at the company offices.
“I hope Bobi Wine has inspired alot of people with his charitable work. We are proud to be part of it,” said Alam.
Bobi Wine early this month held a successful concert that attracted a mammoth crowd where he gathered millions of cash.
The Africa-Jamaica dubbed concert saw Bobi Wine, Jamaican dancehall and Reggae musician, Mr. G and other local artistes like Big Eye, Eddy Kenzo, Rema, Gravity Omuttujju, Jose Chameleone, David Lutalo, Cindy Sanyu, and Pastor Wilson Bugembe, perform free of charge to the revelers at Lugogo.
The “Akalimu/ Clean and Out Charity Concert”, the first of its kind in the country, was aimed at helping the Bududa landslide victims.
At the show, Bobi wine got lots of items from revelers that ranged from clothes to toys.
Most of the donations came from corporate companies, including Kaliro sugar, which donated 400 bags of sugar.
All of the proceeds gathered so far, are to be taken to Bududa and Kasese by Bobi Wine and Fire Base.