By BigEyeUg Team
Uganda’s young dancing group Triplets Ghetto Kids have now full ownership of their Makindye – Boston mansion, this website has learned.
The confirmation came through on Tuesday evening from a one Patricia Nabakooza while she made an appearance on NBS TV’s ‘After5’ show with her other two group members.
According to Patricia, they successfully completed the overwhelming debt of the residential home in Makindye.
This after the Parliament of Uganda led by Hon. Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga, friends and well-wishers’ contributions that triggered the lagging cost that nearly led to their eviction.
“It’s good news that we now own the house. The entire dance group is sound and secure now. We would like to thank the members of parliament led by Hon. Hon. Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga, friends, and fans for the contributions to secure our home,” Patricia said.
It should be remembered in 2019, the young dance group led by their manager Dauda Kavuma (Teacher) revealed that they were about to be evicted after failing to pay a balance of Shs. 112 million shillings to the house owner.
Dauda further revealed that in 2018 as they made an initial move to purchase the house, American rapper American rapper; French Montana sent them over Ugx. 70Million and they deposited Ugx. 180Million for the house as they hoped to complete the balance soon.
However, plans ran astray until they failed to hit the deadline in the agreement.
This forced him to make a financial plea to the public and government which ended up successful.
Meanwhile, the young dancers have been nominated in the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards 2021 as the “Favorite African Social Media Star”.
Also read: Parliament gives Ghetto kids 114 million
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