Sisimuka Uganda CEO Frank Gashumba has offered to give singer Jackie Chandiru free counseling and advice while the ‘Agaasi‘ singer says there’s no need for the public to judge her for the problems she is going through.
Appearing on Ddembe FM entertainment show Talk and Talk on Saturday morning Gashumba said he will be visiting the singer and wants to give her counseling that could set her life free again.
“I want to meet Jackie for talks. Am a friend of many musicians. They are young people who are going through worldly problems. I went with Jackie to Taibah for a show which was a success and that showed me that she was a good performer,” he said.
He said Jackie should move with life after losing so many relationships.
“People lose lovers and loved ones. Jackie should move on with life. She is a talented young woman who has the potential to live a life of purpose,” he said.
He advises young people to desist from drug abuse.
“Taking drugs will not solve people’s problems. It will instead worsen the situation. I urge young people to stay away from drugs,” he added..
The singer underwent a heart surgery on Tuesday at Mulago hospital, courtesy of renowned promoter Balaam who has taken care of most of her expenses.
Chandiru, whose body has been found with traces of some drug that she could have been using, will have to lose some flesh to survive.
Doctors at Mulago have been left with no choice but to use Chandiru ‘s extract flesh in order to keep her breathing.