It’s one thing to be talented and successful and completely another to be able to share all you have achieved with other people who have not been as lucky as you’ve been.

Not too much is known of Lily Kadima’s success, in comparison to other top Ugandan divas, but she is a gem in the Eastern part of Uganda and a darling to many music fans who consider her successful.

The multi-linguistic Afro-fusion artiste acknowledges the love and support she gets from her fans and has decided to give back to community ahead of her ‘Ighe Olinaki Nabirye In The City Experience’ concert slated for 18th October.

The Nkuloga singer is on a move to give charity to several children allover the country especially those who give up on education and drop out of school due to various reasons.

She looks forward to restoring hope in different areas and emphasizing that the little kids understand the concept and value of education in their lives.

To kick start her cause, the songstress visited Buwenge Parents School in Buwenge, Jinja district where she met the children and had a special moment with them.

On top of a rejuvenating chat, she shared with them several items including scholastic and hygiene materials like books, pens, sanitary pads, and other basic life items as she talked to them to stay in school.

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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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