Manager Ticha opens up about his life before
“I was passionate about reaching those boys and girls [on the streets].
They needed a good Samaritan, just as I had done.”
Tell us: Where did you grow up and what was it like?
I was born in 1985 in Butambala in an especially violent time in our history. A six-year civil war was just coming to an end after a war with Tanzania that had ended a military regime that had run the economy into the ground. Hundreds of thousands of people had been killed but I was lucky, we were about to come into a long period of peace… Read what happened next
What made you become that “good Samaritan”?
One afternoon, I was 10, we were playing and I got control of the ball and scored a goal. Suddenly I heard a shout and a man was standing on the side of the pitch… Read what happened next
How did Sitya Loss happen?
I met a singer with a fast growing fan base… Alex brought a new friend along… and I came across two brothers performing on the streets for donations. But there was one element that was still missing and I had a pretty good idea of who I had in mind… Read what happened next
“Many people in the world have had first contact with Uganda through Eddy Kenzo and Triplets Ghetto Kids and this is the beginning of a unique brand for our country. Our culture is alive with young, energetic talent.”
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