Still with the Triplets Ghetto Kids Dancers "GoFundMe" campaign aimed at collecting the necessary financial assistance to bail the minors' only worldly treasure (Makindye House) from being lost to their creditor, the group spokesperson Patricia Nabakooza has come out with a shocking story about how worried she is to lose their house to their landlord after her lifetime story is so much related to this house.
Growing up in a poor family of four children in the ghettos of Kilokole, Kawempe Division with jobless parents, Patricia had no hope of lighting up her education and future given the fact that going to school was a hustle.
From attending school in time intervals with her three other children because of school fees to telling lies constantly to the school bursar so that she could be given a pass to classes as a fees defaulter, the talented 'Sitya Loss' dancer doesn't weigh up how much she can pay back to their manager Dauda who raised her up at the age of seven to get a chance of education till today.
As a spokesperson of her dance group, Patricia has painted out the real picture of the Triplets Ghetto Kids as a NGO organisation standing out not only for orphans but also the less privileged children no wonder revelers out there should donate a little from their savings so as to bail their location from the big debt it is in right now.
"From the Ghettos of Kilokole Kawempe, I have been raised and educated by the Triplets Ghetto Kids Foundation much love to manager Dauda, paying up my schools fees from primary two at the age of 7 till the completion of my Senior four. My only worldly treasure is this house of ours currently that we are at the risk of losing to our landlord. We have won many Awards and made our country proud, a place where I've made history from to hit back to the ghettos of Kawempe without any intervention from the Government and well wishers is really unfair!"- Narrated Patricia Sitya Loss.
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