Tuesday, May 10 2016
Razor Blade, a lugaflow singer is the luckiest Kifeesi member alive.
Just yesterday, Sylvia Namutebi Kiggundu aka Mama Phina bailed him out with a Shs4M/- token to denounce the B-13 criminal gang group for a better life. The money was for accommodation in a descent environment and also promised to help the kifeesi member record his music after he exhibited some talent.
This was a miracle come true. Razor Blade hugged Mama Phina so hard as a way of saying thank you, the young man had no better way of expressing his feelings, the hug was so tight.
By Tuesday night, Razor Blade was in his Makindye house fully equipped with furniture and other household items. The Kifeesi Luga Flow singer will tghis Thursday be able to follow the swearing in ceremony live on telly as a plasma TV is among the items the traditional healer bought for him.
She told him to quit the group for good and also encourage other members to come out of the criminal gang. Razor Blade vowed never to go back, in fact he told of how he was now a born again going forward.
It's not the first time Mama Phina is doing this. Not long back, she came to the rescue of Hajat Madina of the Bibuuza fame when they were throwing her out of the Makindye based home for defaulting on rent, the lady who is not on facebook for reasons best known to her paid for Hajat Madinah's rent, medical bills and also gave her Shs1M/- to cover other costs.
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