Few days after making history at Lugogo Cricket Oval, sensational gospel singer Levixone with his trade mark hit ‘Turn The Replay’ decided to stage a mini concert in Busega at the home of Teenage mothers being taken care of an NGO named as Remnant Generation. The singer as expected did not disappoint with his inspiring performance through the day.
His message clearly inspired the young girls who have been the victims of early pregnancy and gave them hope that, even after giving birth at the tender age, one can still make it in life.
Levixone performed most of his latest hits, something that left many revelers yearning for more. Surely, the singer is having the best of his 2018. On the same function, the team leader and CEO of Remnant Generation Annabelle Nakabiri Mukisa presided over a graduation ceremony that saw around 20 teenage mothers obtain certificates in different vocational courses that are run by the same NGO.
The chairman board of directors thanked the young girls who have made it with a certificate and said that was the beginning of their success. She encouraged them to keep using the required skills attained in the near future and should make sure the money accumulated should take care of their young children.
One notable story during the function was of a girl the Remnant Generation adopted. The girl whose mother died of HIV/AIDS recently was left alone with no hope. Her mother had no family apart from the slummy home she lived in Natete, a Kampala low suburb. Her story made people shed tears of Joy seeing her attain a skill at a very young age.
Remnant Generation is an NGO that was started in 2015 by Annabelle Nakabiri Mukisa with the help of her husband Isaac Mukisa that takes care of young girls who have been victims of early pregnancy and later abandoned.