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French Montana’s Funded Hospital Now Up And Running

The health facility that was funded by French Montana a year ago to help improve the health care of Ugandan citizens is now up and running. The hospital serves over 300,000 Ugandans.
Last year, American rapper French Montana donated USD 100,000 to the Mama Hope Foundation. The money was aimed at building a health facility to help improve on the health of Ugandan citizens. Fellow other rappers; The Weeknd and Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs  joined suit to fund the initiative, the latter giving USD 200,000 to fund the movement.
French and Diddy.
The money funded was put to effective use and construction of the Suubi Health Center commenced. Now, a year later, the hospital is up and running and serving over 300,000 Ugandan citizens with improved health care facilities. The hospital serves many Ugandans and aims at bettering services for mothers and pregnant women especially.
The hospital under construction.
The ‘Unforgettable‘ rapper celebrated the anniversary of the beginning of this new chapter on social media earlier in the week. He acknowledged the progress made at the center and thanked all that supported the initiative. He also plans on taking the same initiative in other African countries. He wrote;

“Happy one year anniversary to my family in Uganda, can’t believe we got so much done in one year! Thank you for the opportunity. The whole idea of this is to spark the mind of the world leaders, you know. To help them do something on a bigger scale than what we (are) doing. I just feel like all the mothers and children should have the right care, you know. It should never be a privilege, it should be a right.”

Thank you French, you are UNFORGETTABLE!

Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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