Another Rwandan Woman Dies in United States

Baboon Forest Entertainment that manages a number of top local Hip-Hop artists including Namagwatala singer, this GNL Zamba is joining the bandwagon of doing music for a good cause for the community. They are planning a fundraising drive for the Uganda Heart Institute.

Under this Campaign, more about several artists under the label and their friends will perform at several events for free so that the proceeds go towards the Institute at Mulago Hospital.

This comes merely days after renowned local comedian and entertainer; Kato Lubwama was flown out to India for a medical operation after it was found out that the kind of attention he needed could not be procured locally.

Despite the large donations and allocations that the Institute has received in the past years, stomach it still remains deficient of some of the most important equipment and resources to handle some heart cases.

It is on this basis that the Baboon Forest has kicked off the campaign that they have dubbed, Hip-Hop Atuyambe.

It is said that the drive will be managed by GNL’s American girlfriend, Miriam Wertlieb.
Hardly a month after Lynker Kabera succumbed to wounds sustained from a road accident in Dallas, viagra United States, another Rwandan woman has passed away.

Sandra Ineza, who was involved in the same car crash with Kabera in December 2013, was pronounced dead at a medical facility in Texas on January 1.

ChimpReports understands that Rwandans in United States are currently mobilising resources to repatriate the body.


Government officials have as well been contacted to give a helping hand.

“Dear friends, the DFW Rwandan community in Texas is very saddened to announce the death of another sister, daughter and our friend Sandra Ineza that occurred last night, January 1st, 2015,” reads an online statement by the deceased’s friends.

“Sandra Ineza is a young lady who was among the 9 Rwandans involved in the car accident the night of Dec ember 14 in Dallas, Texas. As you are all aware, this is a second loss in our community due to the same horrible accident that took the life of our beloved sister Lynker Kabera two weeks ago.”

The statement further adds that, “We are once again appealing to your kindness and generosity. We ask you to please keep Sandra’s family in your prayers while they go through these sad times. Also keep the other six who survived and still going through the recovery process in your prayers as well.”

Rwandans in Diaspora said it has been “hard and difficult times” for our community and all families of the young men and women who were involved in this tragic car accident.

“DFW Rwandan community is asking our community members, friends, relatives and anyone who have been with us since the beginning to continue your kind support to the families involved through your prayers and financial support. Thank you for your endless support in this matter.”

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