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Minister Nakiwala Kiyinji Urges Fresh Kid To Join Church Services

Minister Nakiwala Kiyinji Urges Fresh Kid To Join Church Services

Ever since the sensational young rapper Fresh Kid joined the entertainment industry, Minister Nakiwala Kiyinji is always on his neck on several occasions regarding his studies.

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However, the minister of state for Children and Youth Affairs, Nakiwala Kiyingi, fulfilled her first step to convince the “Banteeka” singer Fresh Kid to continue school, and she’s apparently very excited because her decision was put into consideration.

Besides that, the minister now wants the young rapper to join church services to help groom and build his faith in God.

“I want him to grow up under the shade of religion. I don’t want him to go astray. I am going to fight to interest him in church activities,” she said.

This will indeed make Fresh Kid first think about before doing anything, something which could easily retrieve his career and do things in a right way both mentally and spiritually.

Perhaps, he might be helped to start singing songs which glorify God, rather than engaging himself in things that don’t help him spiritually.

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