KAMPALA – Another junior music celebrity is set to benefit from Ruparelia Foundation’s generosity after popular TikToker was spotted by the foundation’s director Rajiv Ruparelia.
Once the formal modalities like paperwork are complete, Champion Ogudo will fellow kid celebrities including Fresh Kid and Felista Di Superstar will join at Kampala Parents School, a school owned by Ruparelia Group.
The school offered to enroll the TikToker after the public started expressing concerns about the youngster’s indulgence in nighttime activities at the expense of going to school. The self-styled bodyguard to singer Alien Skin has garnered positive remarks from the public since he became a TikTok sensation, locally.
Just a week ago, the State Minister for Gender and Culture, Hon Peace Regis Mutuuzo asked singer Alien Skin who moves with the kid to surrender him to her in order to acquire proper education and a conducive environment to grow from.
Following the minister’s remarks, another rising star, Felista Di Superstar (Real Names Faith Nanyanzi) made a heartfelt appeal to the school to provide a similar opportunity to Champion Ogudo, a request that has been warmly received by the School Directors.
According to Felista, the biggest achievement one can get from his/her talent as a kid is free education, and that the bursary she was given helped her complete her primary level and is now on another bursary at Kisaasi College School from S1 to S6.
”…I kindly call upon my former sponsors that is Mr Rajiv and the Rupaleria Foundation to also lend a helping hand to this other talented young soul Champion Ogudo Ug such that he can access such a wonderful and quality education at Kampala Parent’s school. I know you have a kind heart that you can look into my humble request, sir,” Felista posted through her socials.
In response to her plea, Rajiv Ruparelia the Director of Kampala Parents and the Rupaleria Foundation have now offered Champion Gudo a full scholarship to study until his P.7 final exams.
Champion Gudo’s bursary acquisition was confirmed by Dr Lawrence Muganga, the Vice Chancellor of Victoria University during an interview at Baba TV earlier this week.
Dr. Muganga says as a foundation, they have taken the positive step of offering a scholarship to Champion Ogudo, ensuring his access to a quality education until he completes his primary-level studies.
“My directors have come across this post and I would like to say that Dr. Sudhir Ruparelia, through the Ruparelia Foundation has granted a scholarship to Champion Ogudo at Kampala Parents’ School for his entire Primary education. Felista should reach out to him,” Dr Muganga noted.