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Bebe Cool
Singer Bebe Cool is representing Uganda as TB Ambassador at the United Nations High Level Meeting in New York - United Nations Headquarters. Courtesy photo

Bebe Cool Lobbies Global Health Funders To Support Uganda’s Fight Tuberculosis

Bebe Cool is representing Uganda as TB Ambassador at the United Nations High Level Meeting in New York - United Nations Headquarters
posted onSeptember 26, 2018
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By Kampala Post Reporter

Ugandan artist Moses Ssali aka Bebe Cool last night performed for delegates on the sidelines of the United Nations High Level Meeting on Tuberculosis at a gala dinner for tuberculosis champions.

Bebe Cool is representing Uganda as TB Ambassador at the United Nations High Level Meeting in New York - United Nations Headquarters.

On being called up the podium to perform, Bebe Cool didn’t hesitate to talk about his motherland Uganda, culture of being a Muganda from Buganda Kingdom and how proud he is to be representing Uganda at the United Nations meeting on Tuberculosis.

Being proud of his country Uganda, Bebe Cool went on to do what he does best by performing his chat bursting single ‘Kabulengane’ to the excitement of the audience in attendance.

He called upon one of the delegates to the podium to dance and sing along as he performed while many others also joined in by clapping and dancing.

After his performance, Bebe Cool had the chance to talk to the delegates and make a case for Uganda as a country which is seriously hit by Tuberculosis and called upon well-wishers to provide the necessary assistance to Uganda to help end this killer disease.

The delegates at the tuberculosis gala dinner included; members of parliament from European and Africa, senators from America, heads of International health bodies, fellow TB Ambassadors, Celebrities and funders from across the globe.

Today Head of States from all countries and their representatives are expected to deliberate on policy issues and make concrete declarations on how they intend to eradicate TB from their respective countries.

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