Gagamel boss Moses Ssali aka Bebe Cool promised to use part of the proceeds from his famous annual ‘Tondeka Ekiwatule’ show to pay school fees for 200 pupils.
Bebe Cool who just returned from his 3 months stay in the US is set to appear on stage after suspending public performances for a while now. He is to resume performances this month at Kiwatule Recreation Center in December 26 for his event dubbed ‘Tondeka Ekiwatule Mutima Gwa Zaabu.’
“I am back! The king of the industry is back! People had nothing to talk about while I was away; I have also brought the Afrimma Award because it belongs to Uganda,” the ‘Wasibukawa’ star exclaimed during a press conference recently at Torino Bar.
He added, “I would like to thank my fans for voting for me and request for the same support on Boxing day at Kiwatule recreation center. Come support Bebe Cool, come support local talent as we give back to the underprivileged kids.”
The school fees charity project in a way is part of charity works Bebe Cool is still embarking on through his charity organisation; Amber Heart Foundation.
“We managed to take successful strides in the heart operation charity, now I am going to lend a helping hand to the children who cannot afford education,” he stated.
Bebe Cool went on to explain, “The criteria for choosing the pupils that will benefit from the proceeds will be announced officially at the event and we shall base on needs of different regions.”
This among major charity projects like this mid year when he offered part of his proceeds after his ‘Golden Heart’ concert to sponsor 5 young children with heart related diseases for operations in India, are some of the things that make him a phenomenal artist.
This year’s ‘Tondeka Ekiwatule’ show is not only going to be unique due to the charity work but also because it’s the first time Bebe Cool will be appearing on stage after he had suspended public performances two months ago.