After a successful sold out show in Congo, musician Jose Chameleone decided to give some of the money he made during the show to the less privileged people of Goma.
The Ugandan musician who made his first performance in Congo after so many years was touched by the state of people in Goma through the endless wars, drought and famine that the people have been suffering from lately.
Chameleone through his foundation donated over $3000 (11 million in Ug Shs) worth of food to the disadvantaged children at an orphanage in Goma. He donated food stuffs like rice, Maize Flour (posho), beans and porridge among others.
The children of this orphanage were so ecstatic to be gifted by the music icon who also performed for them at no cost.
Chameleone has for many years been doing charity works underground but faced a lot of criticism a few years back when he promised to build people of Karamoja boreholes from the proceeds of his Serena Hotel concert in 2014 which he never did.
This is not the first time the ‘Wale Wale’ musician is pissed with Ugandans as a few years ago during his concert at Kyadondo Rugby Club, the musician threatened to relocate to Kenya mainly because of the negative stories from the media.