Bebe Cool donates 900 bags of food relief to the COVID task force
April 23, 2020 04:50 PM @ugandaonline
Bebe Cool has donated 7,500Kgs of maize flour to Tuberculosis patients, journalists and DJ's...His name will be mentioned in the next COVID-19 Presidential address to the nation.
Bebe Cool handing over the food supplies to the COVID-19 task force
Star singer Bebe Cool real name Moses Ssali has responded to the call of government to contribute to the COVID National task force.
The dad of six came to the aid of those specifically battling with Tuberculosis. He did not forget other stakeholders in the music industry who include journalists and DJs.
"On behalf of Amber Heart Foundation, as the Tuberculosis Ambassador, I have handed over 500 bags of food relief to the Minister of Health Hon. Jane Ruth Aceng specifically for vulnerable Tuberculosis patients on medication within Kampala."
"200 bags to the Uganda Journalists Association (UJA) and 200 bags to the DJs fraternity of Uganda,a total of 900 bags."
In total, Bebe Cool through his Amber Heart Foundation donated 7,500Kgs. His donation comes after Bobi Wine's and just like the President thanked him during one of the COVID addresses to the nation, he will also mention Bebe Cool's name.
"As the fight still continues, I want to thank all those who have donated and call upon all fellow Ugandans with the financial capability to support/donate to our brothers and sisters in need of food at this moment of Covid-19."
"For God and my country," Bebe Cool noted.
Other artists that have donated include Rabadaba, Lil Pazzo and Tuff B who also doubles as a TV presenter.
Uganda is under lockdown with 10 days left before measures can be lifted or otherwise depending on what the situation will be on May 03, 2020.
However, Uganda has maintained a flat curve for the last one week with the last cases being for truck drivers delivering cargo into the country.
The number of those infected with the COVID-19 disease globally now stands at 2,639,243 out of which 63 are Ugandans.
715,734 have recovered and 45 of them are Ugandans. A total of 183,820 have died and no Ugandan has died.
Uganda Health Minister Dr. Jane Ruth Acheng and Bebe Cool after handing over the items