Starting Saturday, Bryan White will be in Arua to commence his week long charity tour. He has come out to dismiss all claims and rumors that have been going around indicating that he stopped splashing money around because he ran broke.
Prior to his Arua tour, philanthropist Bryan White sat down with journalists at his Bryan White Foundation offices in Munyonyo to brief them about what he had in plan ahead. A team of journalists from top media houses attended the presser and as you would expect, Bryan White had a lot to say.
Among the biggest issues he emphasized was that he is not broke and has all the necessary funds to facilitate his charity tour. Critics have often questioned why he no longer splashes money like he used to at the start of his rise to fame. Some claimed that he has actually ran short of funds. Bryan white had this to say;
It was only my initial introduction strategy to easily get the attention of the common man but I had a plan to extend the little help I have to the public. When I finally launched the Foundation in Mbarara, I put my foot on the ground to start serious charity and I stopped the useless throwing around of money. Now Arua will enjoy the fruits of my charity.
The philanthropist was also asked why he was taking so much to the rural areas instead of helping the people within the city and he noted about how he had earlier intended to concentrate his charity in Kampala but was turned off by the heavy criticism and negative mindset that exists among the city dwellers.
Bryan White will be heading off to Arua on Friday 27th July, and activities will commence on Saturday in Arua. He has a lot of items he will be taking to the people most of which are to help them start up agriculture so as to earn a living from it and hence eradicate poverty. Others are scholastic materials that will be supplied to schools, and other basic life requirements.
He will be joined by Zari Hassan who is jetting into the country ahead of the charitable week long tour.