Young female rapper Felista Di Superstar has cried out to the government to help them because they are starving during this lockdown. In an interview, Felista claims she and her family have one meal in a day. This puts their lives in danger because they no longer have supper.
“We have not received any food form the government. We starve here every day because we survive on one meal. The situation is worsening and honestly speaking, it’s like even our leaders have forgotten about us.
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I always see people receiving maize four and beans, however, we have not received any of those. We also, don’t have money during this quarantine, therefore we ask president Museveni to intervene,” Felista Di Superstar said.
Who is Felista Di Superstar?
Felista is a female young rapper from Uganda. She is 7 years old. She was raised by a single father. In addition, he has supported her talent from day one. NAWAMBYE was her first single hit song which attracted attention from most the Ugandans. However, she joined a very tough industry with very stiff competition from her fellow young stars, for example, Fresh kid. In addition, ring rapper ratata, Kapiri piriti, etc.
How has this Lockdown affected Ugandans besides Felista Di Superstar?
Well, according to the recent complaints raised by people, it clearly shows how Ugandans are starving out there. This is because they no longer involve themselves in business activities. Therefore, this situation has left many Ugandans helpless with no food and other basic needs. However, the government of the Republic of Uganda initiated a campaign to help the vulnerable poor. This is a class of people in Uganda who survive on their daily earnings, however, at the moment they cannot make a living due to the lockdown. Hence living a miserable life at the moment.
Has the government of Uganda done enough to help its people?
Well, we must thank the NRM government for taking good care of all Ugandans during this COVID 19 pandemic. In addition, amidst the poor health facilities in the country, our government has ensured it puts in place adequate measures to curb the widespread of the virus.