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Levixone And Mixakids Lend A hand To Needy Pupils In Kosovo Slums

Gospel star artiste Levixone Lala is back at it again with his generosity for his first home Kosovo a drenched slummy area in Lungujja in the outskirts of Kampala.

The artiste known for his philanthropic activities especially in this particular area where he grew up from as a street kid, was supporting school going pupils with scholastic materials like books, Mathematical sets, Aim rulers rubbers, pens and pencils among others.

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Handing over the scholastic materials to excited pupils of God’s will Primary school

Levixone working under his NGO 92 Hands in conjunction with Mixakids, a Children’s Newspaper, said he is always going to give any kind of support to needy people because he understands their situations and plight better having spent most of his childhood in very appalling conditions in Kosovo as a street kid before being adopted by good Samaritans and relatives following the demise of his parents.

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Levixone addresses pupils of Treasure Kids Primary School after handing over the scholastics

Mr Joshua Kibedi commonly known as ‘Uncle MIxa’ while addressing beneficiary pupils of God’s will Primary School this afternoon urged them to stay at school and work hard.

“Please be good children and read your books to pass very well. Stay at school to complete your studies for a better future and read the Mixakids Newspaper to expand your knowledge.” He said while handing over copies of the colorful paper for children.

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Uncle Mixa speaks to children of God’s will Primary School

The award-winning gospel artiste of the ‘Shuga’ fame has been organising such charity drives for a long time especially with friends in the gospel music industry in collaboration with Born again churches and organisations that are interested in similar projects.

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The smiles say it all

Last Christmass, Chano8 partnered with him in a drive called ‘Feeding Kosovo’ and put smiles on the faces of residents of the slum by handing out food items, sodas, T-shirts, caps and wrist bands.

In this particular project which started yesterday, he handed over scholastics materials to 200 needy children, who can hardly afford such items by moving from home to home while today, he moved to 4 four schools targeting 30 beneficiaries from each school.

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