Internationally acclaimed dance group, the Triplets Ghetto Kids have so far raised Shs1.6m as part of the money needed to save their Shs210m mansion in Makindye.
The group, which has featured in music videos by international artistes French Montana, Chris Brown and Eddy kenzo are on the verge of losing their house after failing to pay the balance of Shs102M.
They have so far paid Shs108 million with a sale agreement between Inspire Triplets Ghetto Kids and Mansur Ssekatawa made on October 5, 2018 in which Dauda paid an upfront sum of Shs90million. He later on paid Shs18million in March 2019.
Now Ssekatwa, the landlord is threatening to repossess the house if Kavuma does not pay Shs108 by December 31.
This has since prompted Kavuma to start a fundraising drive dubbed “Save Triplets Ghetto Kids House” campaign to help the group retain their house which is home to about 30 children.
The campaign has so far helped raise Shs1.6 million, Shs100,400,000 short with less than six weeks to deadline day.
“The house is for the children. I bought it for them. Also, everyone should know that the agreement is not between me and Mansur but between Mansur and Inspire Triplets Ghetto Kids,” Dauda told NBS’ After Five show on Tuesday.
“I also know that people are wondering why I am I signed on the agreement, it is because I am just a signatory. However, if need be, I am ready to sort out the said mess and paper work.”
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