Poverty fight activist, Bryan Kirumira aka Bryan White, who currently is on remand is not about to give up on his job of making people live a better life. Bryan is currently on remand at Luzira Prison Kampala Remand section but his imprisonment has become an advantage in disguise to many inmates he found there.
In less than a week he has spent there, he has changed the face of Kampala Remand prison section.
The whole section of prison has been repainted, canteen that was in sorry state has been reconstructed, he has bought screens for each ward/hall with DStv, changed the electricity wiring system with new cables, sockets and wires installed, and offices of the prison warders have also been given facelift.
Many might think that Bryan is showing off but he has a heart of gold. He sees to it that all prisoners on remand in the Kampala remand section have bread in the morning while having breakfast.
DStv for the remand halls and all work has already been installed, in fact prisoners were hired to dig for cables to be laid from the OC’s office to the remand hall, so that remanded prisoners can have access to DStv during this season.
Canteen re-construction is ongoing as well as repainting of all prison wards and halls.
During the festive season, he bought soccer balls for prisoners that were used during this Christmas where a winning team walked away with 1m which he contributed.
Many may think that it’s not true but prison is a public place, you can have a visit and witness for yourself.
He has also managed to pay for a number of guys who were on remand due to debts and has already paid for a number of them to be released.
Today he addressed those on debt remand to formulate a way of helping them out.
When this website visited him today he insisted that what happened will not stop him from doing his work. “When I get out, I will start where I stopped from”. Bryan insists he didn’t shoot anyone because he doesn’t know how to fire a gun. He is currently on remand with his body guard till January 8th over attempted murder of one Bitwire outside his home in Munyonyo.
In less a week he has spent in Luzira, he spent over Shs 50m on works to improve welfare of prisoners in Luzira.