Mbarara gospel artistes have combined efforts to stage a charity concert dubbed ‘Save Scovia, particularly to raise funds required to save fellow gospel singer Scovia Ainomugisha.
Ms. Nora Nankunda, a female gospel singer, told uncovered news reporters that “I thank those who have already shown their support in saving Scovia’s life. I request everyone to join the cause until we raise the required money.”
In addition, Ainomugisha is currently battling kidney failure and is required to have Shs150 million for a kidney transplant in India. The concert is set to happen on June 25, 2023, at King of Kings Church in Mbarara City.
Singer Disan Kato said Scovia’s Kidney issue touched their hearts as gospel musicians called and urged everyone in their capacity to offer help in any form.
“Surely Scovia needs our help; she has been with us in the music journey for a long time; her songs have morally shaped our society; now she is suffering from kidney failure and she cannot afford the money required. So we call everyone to attend and offer whatever they have to save her,” he added.
However, renowned singer Geofrey Beingana asked musicians, pastors, and people from all walks of life to feel pain for Scovia and attend the concert.
“Let us put ourselves in Scovia’s shoes and feel pain for her; it is time to feel sympathy for our fellow singer. I request that you, fellow musicians, both secular and gospel, DJs, pastors, journalists, and all kinds of people, organizations, and religions join the cause, and we render help to save her,” he said.
Scovia learned about her kidney illness in 2019 after being diagnosed by Dr. Rose Muhindo of Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST), who advised and referred her to India for a specialized kidney transplant.
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