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Bobi Wine Donates A Bull, Foodstuffs To Lusanja Land Victims

Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu aka Bobi Wine, a businessman and the current Member of Parliament for Kyandodo East donated a bull and other foodstuffs to the Lusanja land victims as their Christmas gift.

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The Lusanja land victims in Wakiso district whose property and houses were destroyed recently in a controversial way became homeless since their case is still in the court.

The MP appreciates his other friends who also contributed to this cause and he encourages all those who can stretch their hand of help towards the less fortunate, to give them what to eat and drink.

The evicted group still haven’t got permanent shelters, but at least they can have a decent meal together with their children on Christmas,”said MP.

Bobi  Wine who was finally allowed to hold concerts after battling with this issue for a long tym also confirmed that he will perform on the all the concerts on which he was invited.

Bobi Wine’s concert will be on boxing day at his beach at Busaabala. The victims of Lusanja also thanked honourable and requested him to fight for them.

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Written and posted by Joyce Sandra. A student at Makerere Business School, Bachelor of science in marketing, she loves writing Entertainment and lifestyle articles, swimming, listening to music, dancing and hanging out with friends.

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