Dancehall singer Kasendwa Richard, popularly known by his stage name Ziza Bafana, has come out to speak about doing weed and his preparations of carrying out charity works and fight bedbugs in Ugandan prisons.
When asked about his recent police case of doing drugs days upon release from the police cells, the "Tuli majje" singer has revealed how he managed to avoid being convicted due to his positive reasoning since drugs is a normal plant that was created by God for usage by both people and animals though sometimes its misused by abusers.
The Magic Town Limited Entertainment CEO who now has a big experience as a suspect in custody during an interview has opened up about his plans of carrying out charity in Ugandan prisons to better the standards of living of inmates.
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The development is in line with the saddening experience that he succumbed to while he was being held at Kalisizo Police Station, Kyotera district for violating the COVID-19 directives as he was severely feasted on by bedbugs due to the poor hygiene and sanitation of inmates.
"When we were freed from prison, we ensured that we left jail clean and killed the bedbugs. In fact, we also promised to return to that prison to conduct charity work to clear every dirt in the prison. Our main aim to see that whoever gets jailed to return while thinking positively," said Ziza Bafana during a TV interview.
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