KAMPALA – Patrick Senyonjo alias Fresh Kid is cloud nine after the Ruparelia Foundation offered him a scholarship to study at Kampala Parents School, one of Uganda’s top educational facilities.
The budding rapper was unveiled on Thursday, May 23, at the School premises in Naguru as they signed a Memorandum of Understanding ( MOU) with parents, management and Ruparelia Foundation.
James Wasula , Chief Executive Officer Uganda Performing Rights Society(UPRS) urged the management to also register with them so that he reaps big from his music regardless he is on stage or not and be able to get the money to cater for his future even when he does have hit songs since the industry has peaks and lows.
Speaking to PML Daily, Mrs. Daphine Kato, Principal Kampala parents School said:
“Whatever is required in education is all here at Kampala Parents School (KPS). He (Fresh Kid) will be starting Monday, May 27, as we open the term, and he will be like any other pupil and him getting that offer is a great opportunity that will bring a big change his life. ”
Here is an insight into the signing.
She further added:
“I really thank Rajiv Ruparelia and his wife Naiya Ruparelia, Manager and of course the parents for having given birth to such a talented budding rapper, and I can assure you that he is going to get the best education with the good facilities in place such as, music room, with all the instruments, games and sports areas together with engaging him in co-circular activities to make him a complete person”.
Naiya Ruparelia, Trustee of Ruparelia Foundation said; “We are honoured to have Patrick Senyonjo in KPS and we truly regard education as an important aspect in his life and we shall do everything possible that we can to make sure that he grows up a responsible citizen”.
She added; “The Ruparelia Foundation will cover the school fees and everything that is needed until he finishes his primary seven education.
Paul Mutabazi, father to Fred kid in delight appreciated the foundation for choosing his son and who has given them an opportunity to meet important persons that he never thought of in his life.
The signing of the MOU was witnessed by renown artist Rabadaba, Benon Mugumbya from Swangz Avenue, James Wasula, the CEO of Uganda Performing Rights Society(UPRS), Baby Gloria, the Media and representatives from Ruparelia Foundation and Kampala Parents School.