Friday, March 20 2015
It’s 19hrs from the time dance-hall musician, AK47, was laid to rest but work on the shell house he left is in progress. The windows have been fixed with very fine glass, bricks that are required for the remaining job plus 50 bags of cement have already been delivered at the site.
AK47 baby mama, Maggie Kiwesi, has thanked all those that contributed towards the noble cause. The house which is located in Sseguku –Katale will be complete in two weeks according to Mr. Gerald Mayanja, the father to the deceased.
Balaam Barugahare together with Mr. Benon Kibuuka of Uganda Music and Performing Arts Promoters Association coordinating the process of ensuring that this house is habitable in the shortest time possible.
Mr. Mayanja assured the mother of AK47’s children that the house is for his grand children and no one will take it away from them unless when she chooses to sell it, but even then, the proceeds will still benefit the children.
President Museveni contributed shs10m/- that was handed in cash to Mr. Mayanja.
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