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Ghetto Kids’ Patricia to own business this month 

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By Hussein Kiganda  

Famous dancer and singer Patricia Nabakooza of the Triplets Ghetto Kids is set to own a business soon.

According to her manager, Dauda Kavuma, the outfit is going to gift her with a business entity as she celebrates her 18th birthday later this month.

Talking to The Kampala Sun, Kavuma revealed that since she will be is making 18 years, she deserves to have her own businesses and he is working hard to achieve this for her. According to the law, one becomes an adult at attaining the age of 18. However, Patricia will still remain a “Ghetto Kid”, despite her new status.


Patricia (left) with the Triplets Ghetto kids 

“This month, Patricia is making 18 years and this means a lot to her. As an old prominent person in the group, she needs to own something and I am planning that on her birthday. I want her to start making it on her own because she is an adult now,” Kavuma said.

Patricia is currently in S5. Efforts to reach Patricia were futile as she does not access her phone during the school term.

However, when Kavuma was pressed to reveal what kind of business he plans to gift Patricia, he went mute. He later informed us that he is still thinking about the business entity to open for her. Less than a month away, and he does not have any business plans, our prayer is that this is not a false promise.



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