Sunday, April 24 2016
Yesterday, all roads led to Panamera bar in Naguru for the #SaveCarol car wash that realised over Shs50 million. Carol Atuhirwe is a cancer patient who needs $80,000 (Ugx 270M) for treatment in the US. In the above pic, a policeman is seen joining the drive, over 400 cars were washed at shs 50,000/- each.
Atuhirwe is battling with throat and lung cancer which has subjected her to 30 minor and major operations in the last five years, she now feeds through a tube, communicates by only writing as the surgeries affected her throat so she can't talk. Out of the required funds, there is still a balance of about 100 million after realizing over 50 million in yesterday's car wash.
To contribute to this drive, donations can be made by mobile money on +256.784.168.178 or Airtel money +256.701.930.150 or alternatively deposit money on her personal account in Equity Bank - Account number 1036100855574.
It's slightly over a year now when Rosemary Nankabirwa, a news anchor with NTV Uganda lost her life to cancer, a similar car wash was held at Serena Hotel, unfortunately, she died hours later. The proceeds were used to construct a structure at Mulago Hospital for the cancer patients.
FDC's flag bearer in the just concluded presidential elections participated, in the pic, he's seen washing Bobi Wine's black Tundra pick-up.
Others who brought their cars for washing included another former presidential candidate Abed Bwanika, several artists like Maurice Kirya, Khalifa Aganaga who was polishing shoes at 10K and proceeds going to the same cause, Singer Fille Muthoni also participated in the car wash. Sandra suubi entertained the guests.
Comedians Salvador and KeleKele were also there. Comedian Tuwangye missed the car wash but opted to soil his car with mud only to add the #SaveCarol hashtag with a promise to drive it around for two days.
In a related development, businessman SK. Mbuga has promised to take care of Carol Atuhirwe's air ticket to the US.
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