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GOLDEN HEART: Faridah Nakazibwe Gives Back to Her Pregnant Fans

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Ugandan leading media house NTV’s head of news Faridah Nakazibwe decides to give back to society through supporting pregnant women during this lockdown. She has given all pregnant women a chance to be worked on for free.

This comes after she sharing on her social media handle that she will be partnering with Marie Stopes Uganda to give pregnant women half payment on their gynecologist fees and full amount for their midwife fees. This has not been done by anyone so far, and she is yet to do more as it is her custom.

The mother of two, Faridah Nakazibwe usually comes out as generous as she often reaches out to
disadvantaged people and helps to change their situation as well as plaster smiles upon their faces in times of trouble.

Faridah Nakazibwe has changed couple of lives for example Maureen Nafula a single mother
with three children leaving on streets whom she helped put a roof over her head after contacting a number of well wishers.

Additionally , she helped a 67-year-old lady known as Jaja Rose who was stuck with over 20 grandchildren from her late children. As well as Rukia and many more people through her YouTube channel ,Instagram, Facebook and Twitter account.

Faridah Nakazibwe uses her platform to reach out to different people , who can send in any type of help to help in the cause for example Spice Diana who came out and helped Rukia and many other people . What a time to have selfless celebrities like her!


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It truly comes as no surprise that she has decided to help pregnant especially during this lockdown period. Therefore, pregnant women should grab this opportunity that comes once a life time.

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