PHOTOS: Wakiso based Bishop Arnold Muwonge through Zzina Awards Best Female Artist Spice Diana runs to aid orphans of Gravity’s late dancer Sylivia Nandutu
Wakiso based Bishop Muwonge through Spice Diana yesterday ran to aid orphaned dwarfs in Kansanga where the children were starving ever since their fending mother passed on.
Among the delivered items were foodstuff like Matooke, Rice, Sugar, bread, beans, posho among others. Musa and Mellisa are the 2 children of a former dancer who left her kids only toddlers. They have since survived on volunteers until Spice Diana using her voice reached out to Bishop Arnold Muwonge and through him delivered food in this lockdown.
“It’s important to appreciate the impact of lockdowns on people with disabilities.
These wonderful families and children with a condition known as dwarfism have almost been forgotten to the extent of starvation. We are helping and praying with them plus engaging the authorities on the matter… This month our food and medical relief efforts are focusing on people with disabilities.” Arnold Muwonge wrote on his timeline.
Arnold Muwonge is the proprietor of the NDE network, Kampala Children Centre, Stride academy, and Destiny Bridge academy in Wakiso.
Here are some moments from the giveaway yesterday.
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