Singer Grace Nakimera who vowed to give back to the community through her “Feed The Streets Foundation” has extended her campaign to over 200 families.

For starters Grace Nakimera  was born on in February 1985 and got introduced to the music industry at the tender age of 7, initially performing at talent shows in various suburbs around the city. At the age of 18, she traveled to Rwanda and had a stint performing with the resident band at Milcolin hotel in Kigali for over two years.

                                        Grace handing over some of the items to the family

In 2004, she got her break through, teaming up with her former singing buddies Gatimo and Paragon, they recorded “Ani Akumanyi” a song that became the a super hit with Ugandans. She followed this with other solo efforts and had songs like welagaki, Digi a duet with the dynamic duo Ngoni. She worked on another massive hit “Anfuukula,” and ever since then, Grace has had hit after hit… these include songs like; “Kiva Kuki”, “Sukuma”, “Nvawo Nawe” and “Kawoonawo” and the rest is history.

                                           Singer Nakimera with a child from a street family

Well after her successful music career, Grace Nakimera started her Feed The Street Foundation and recently she partnered with Hariss International Limited and Ugachik for her latest campaign that saw her foundation reaching out to over 200 street families.

“On behalf of Feed the Streets Foundation, I want to seize this opportunity to express my gratitude to our esteemed partners; Mr. Rune Edvardsen, Riham | Hariss International Limited and Ugachick  for the much support extended towards Feed the Streets”

Grace said.

She went on in a special way to thank and appreciate Mr. Rune Edvardsen for his generosity, passion and the wonderful things he has done for Feed The Streets.

Grace Nakimera couldn’t go without thanking the people for giving her the opportunity to serve them.

“To the great people of Katooke Zone, Kireka B, I am thankful we got to spend time together as friends and shared the little we have. We are happy that we got an opportunity to serve you”

Nakimera concluded.

From all of us here at Mbu, we thank You Grace for feeding the streets that fed you for a longtime and we wish you all the best.

The only surviving civilian Afande

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