BY KABUYE RONALD
In abide to bring hope and cause transformation in people leaving in slum and ghetto like areas, Yamba foundation and click of hope embarked on project aimed at providing free legal aid, sensitization about good hygiene in addition to giving them equipments to help them keep up with the above and giving them some of the necessary needs like clothes amongst others.
While extending a helping hand to the people of Kosovo Ssendawula zone in lungujja parish Lubaga Divison, the founder of Yamba foundation Mathias Rukundo and the publicist click of hope Charity Akampumuza were dismayed with the fact that despite this community producing prominent and key influential decision makers in the country they are still lugging behind simply because they care less about them.
“Unlike other areas Kosovo has produced many stars, has beautiful scenery and is strategically located but people born here do not come back to help them but us what we are saying is that the little you provide impacts a life that’s why we gather the professionals to help bail out these needy people” said Mathias
The duo was so optimistic that imparting hope in people living in such communities and giving them an alternative of redeeming their welfare by themselves is the only solution to the poor state they are stuck in.
“Most of the people in this community are hopeless so what we are doing is promoting hope in them, when you have hope a new day comes with in ambitions and trust me you will fight for them it’s not about money only.
We are going to traverse many ghetto areas including going upcountry, we have a program already laid out.” Akampumuza added
Meanwhile the Chairperson Ssendawula Zone Ahmad Ndirwangwa Ssemugenze applauded the services extended to them before blaming the residents he leads for being big headed saying that they do not want to practice good hygiene despite the numerous sensitizations
He also accused some of his superior leader’s for not being cooperative and continuously feeding them on deceptions.
He further appealed to Kampala Capital City Authority KCCA to provide the area with culverts and trash bins.