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Soccer philanthropist Mulindwa asks Ugandans to be charitable

By Mathias Mazinga

Added 8th October 2016 12:47 PM

“God blesses you if you give charity to others. Right now I am building a stadium like Namboole. My school, Saint Mary’s College Kitende is also one of the best schools in the country in academics and infrastructure. I am not a superman to do these things. It is just because of my generosity that I have been blessed abundantly by God,”

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Church music guru Fr. James Kabuye (left) receives a musical CD from Lawrence Mulindwa. (Photos by Mathias Mazinga)

“God blesses you if you give charity to others. Right now I am building a stadium like Namboole. My school, Saint Mary’s College Kitende is also one of the best schools in the country in academics and infrastructure. I am not a superman to do these things. It is just because of my generosity that I have been blessed abundantly by God,”

The Honorary President of the Federation of Uganda Football Associations, Lawrence Mulindwa has asked Ugandans to develop a culture of helping the needy.

“It is a pity that some of our people have no heart for the poor. We should be mindful of the needs of others. We need to invest in those things that transform our people. You may have billions of money and several arcades, but that is not the important thing. What benefits society is your willingness to give back to the community.”

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“God blesses you if you give charity to others. Right now I am building a stadium like Namboole.  My school, Saint Mary’s College Kitende is also one of the best schools in the country in academics and infrastructure. I am not a superman to do these things. It is just because of my generosity that I have been blessed abundantly by God,” Mulindwa testified.

Mulindwa said this during the Independence Sacred Music Concert of the Evangelical Choir of Christ the King Church at Sheraton Hotel, Kampala on Friday. Mulindwa, who is a member of the choir’s Board of Trustees, was the chief guest at the concert.

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During the concert, the fans contributed money towards the purchase of the sh17m modern key-board that the choir intends to buy.

Among the donors were Lawrence Mulindwa (sh5m), Public Service Deputy Secretary Frank Musingwiire and his wife and Catherine Musingwiire  (Public Service PS), who donated sh1m.

 
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The choir also received sh1m from the Banquets Manager of Lake Victoria Serena Golf Resort, Jacqueline Nyakairu.

The choir’s Patron, Ambassador Matayo Kyaligonza, celebrated music composer Fr. Dr. James Kabuye and the Assistant parish priest of Christ the King Church, the Rev, Fr. Arthur Muwonge.

 

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