City tycoon and property mogul Sulaiman Kabangala Mbuga aka SK Mbuga has come out to the rescue of Ugandans by donating 40 tones of food to government to be given out to Ugandans in the wake of COVID-19 global pandemic.
The tycoon said at the end of the day it’s not about what you have or even what you have accomplished but also about who you have lifted up, who you have made better.
“It’s about what you have given back, let us help each other is such situation because there is need to,” he said.
Mr. Mbuga gave 40 tonnes (40,000kg) of maize flour to the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) towards helping people who have been affected by the coronavirus shutdown in the country.
The food was donated through his SK Mbuga Foundation and STV Uganda. He handed them on Saturday to Anti-Coronavirus National Taskforce Team.
He pledged to continue giving more assistance towards the needy.
Mbuga appealed to Ugandans to heed President Yoweri Museveni’s advice on how to avoid the disease from spreading.
He said the President exhibited a humble gesture and showed love to Ugandans by coming out to make immediate interventions to save lives.
“We must listen to the President’s advice of keeping a social distance and washing hands using water and soap or sanitizers all the time,” he said.
“After analyzing the critical situation in the country, I decided to donate food to save fellow Ugandans affected by this shutdown,” he said.
The loaded tycoon who owns STV Uganda, Sky Apartments, hospital and a host of other property in Kampala said he was trying to look for means of using Mobile Money to send to some families especially the neediest.
“I’m just waiting to see whether it will work out to send some Mobile Money to some families so that more people can be helped out,” he said. Big up to you Mr. Mbuga for that good gesture.