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Bebe Cool Chosen As The Ambassador For Fighting Tuberculosis

Video!”Together We Can Win The Fight Against Tuberculosis” – Bebe Cool

As the chosen Ugandan representative, Gagamel CEO, Moses Ssali a.k.a Bebe Cool was chosen to help in fighting Tuberculosis in the country. He however urged Ugandans to take part in the struggle because this disease is among the six killers.

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While in New Yolk, at the UN headquarters, the “Kabulangane” singer was mentioned and felt proud for being the chosen representative in this struggle. Therefore, while performing in New Yolk City, Bebe Cool too boosted Ugandan music when he made a white lady and UN Executive Director, Lucica Ditiu dance on the tune.

Bebe Cool chosen as the ambassador for fighting Tuberculosis. 

This created more traffic on you tube and social media when Bebe Cool won him self a position of being the brand ambassador in this program.

“To support the Uganda Stop TB Partnership, Ministry of Health and UNOPS in the campaign to end Tuberculosis in Uganda is a big responsibility that I and many Ugandans should embark on to save lives that are lost each passing day because of this killer disease. Am proud to take on this responsibility for my motherland Uganda,” Bebe Cool claimed.

Therefore, Bebe Cool urged all Ugandans to rise up and fight the cause of Tuberculosis.

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