The Akalimu singer, Bobi Wine spent most of last week doing charity work.

After his successful Easter Shows at his Busabala Beach, the musicians dedicated some of what she had got from his charity shows toward s charity.

He visited Nakasongola Health Center where he handled over mosquito nets among other things to the patients.

This was later followed with the visiting of people living positively across various TASO centers.

“Spent the earlier hours of today visiting my friends who are living positively with HIV. These are more than 3000 children and each of them has an amazing story. Thanks to TASO for the big heart,” Bobi told his fans upon his return on Saturday.

The musician is known for his soft heart towards the needy having gone into Ugandan history last year as the first musician to organize a free concert to all with the aim of raising funds for the Bududa and Kasese victims who had been hit by floods and landslides in the past few months back.

Not only was it free, it was the first concert at which an international musician performed at a no pay!

Mr. G, a renowned dancehall artist from Jamaica joined Bobi wine in his cause and the duo performed together at Lugogo Cricket Oval.

“It’s all about giving back to the Bududa victims it’s about reviving life. Lets support our fellow suffering Ugandans,” Bobi Wine said a head of his concert

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