Bobi Wine has joined the initiative to save former Uganda Cranes football star Ausi Kaaya who was diagnosed with TB and a raptured diaphragm. The ‘Save Ausi Kaaya‘ campaign has been greatly influenced by many sports personalities, and now a music legend is joining the fight.

Today morning, the Fire Base Army boss and his team decided to look for Asui Kaaya and start up a fundraising to help foot his medical bills. Ausi Kaaya is a former football star who played as a right-back for Police FC, Proline FC, KCC FC, State House FC, Bright Stars FC, and the national team; Uganda Cranes.

Ausi Kaaya was diagnosed with TB, a punctured diaphragm, and his lungs are sitting in water. The doctors treating him said his in a life threatening condition and is supposed to undergo an operation to save his life. The operation is expected to go for twenty five million shillings, and unfortunately Ausi cannot foot the bills.

Bobi Wine has therefore taken up the initiative to help fundraise and calls upon all those willing to join the campaign to do so in order to save Ausi Kaaya.

He posted on his Facebook page, with the caption;

This morning myself and the Fire Base Army joined the campaign to save our former Uganda Cranes star Ausi Kaaya. Ausi Kaaya who played for State House FC, KCC FC , Police FC , Proline FC, Bright Stars FC and UGANDA CRANES as a right back, has been diagnosed with TB and his lungs are sitting in a pool of water and his diaphragm raptured. The doctors say he is in a life threatening condition and must undergo an operation to the tune of twenty five million (25m). Unfortunately Kaaya cannot afford his life saving treatment and must rely on well-wishers like you and me. Am therefore requesting you my dear friends to join the campaign to Save Ausi Kaaya. You can reach out to him with any contribution on his direct line 0703 538126 (In the names of Ausi Kaaya). Friends, we have done this before, we can do it again for a brother.

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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