By Ranell Dickson Nsereko
From their remarkable journey on the UK’s Britain’s Got Talent, the Triplets Ghetto Kids have now been chosen as brand ambassadors for Liberty Insurance Uganda.
Through this three-year partnership, the Ghetto Kids will receive sh87m, which will cover cash benefits, the Liberty Soma education plan, and travel insurance.
“We are thrilled to have them as brand ambassadors. This collaboration provides the Ghetto Kids with financial and insurance benefits that we are immensely proud of. It represents a synergy of team spirit, courage, dedication, perseverance, and hard work that these exceptional children have displayed,” Mohammad Danish Eqbal, the CEO of Liberty Assurance Uganda, said at the Madhvani Building in Kampala on June 7, 2023.
Danish further expressed his hope that the Ghetto Kids’ mesmerising performance on Britain’s Got Talent will inspire numerous underprivileged children to achieve success in their respective careers and talents.
As part of the partnership, Liberty Life will contribute to the Soma plan every month for the next three years, catering to the educational needs of the Ghetto Kids.
“Additionally, we are committed to allocating a portion of our profits from the Soma plan to support the Ghetto Kids and similar organisations that empower less privileged children to pursue their dreams,” Danish affirmed.
Dauda Kavuma, the CEO of the Triplets Ghetto Kids, expressed gratitude towards companies like Liberty that believe in them and appoint them as brand ambassadors.
He emphasised the profound impact this would have on inspiring hope in other underprivileged children who often face societal judgment due to being labelled as criminals or drug addicts.
On June 7, the Ghetto Kids embarked on a journey to the US, where they will perform on different shows and stages.