Makerere’s Kiyimba Suubi Joins Social Network, Receives Presents
Ssuubi Henry Kiyimba, a Makerere University freshman who was cyberbullied on his arrival at the campus days ago, has this afternoon got a selection of gifts that were vowed by various well-wishers on social networks.
Kiyimba drew prevalent compassion after an image of him bring a metal case to his hall of residence on his very first day, was shared and buffooned online.
A support campaign tailored by big social networks influencers consisting of senior broadcasters Allan Kasujja and Cedrick Babu occurred, in which various type of items were vowed to the youngster.
This afternoon, @HenrySsuubi (his genuine account) received a variety of products and money from well wishers on social networks. #SsuubiWishlist pic.twitter.com/dthC4U5V8w
— Allan Ssenyonga (@ssojo81) August 16, 2019
A few of the presents that were delivered to him at the campus on Friday included a brand new laptop computer, a luggage, clothing and a concealed amount of cash.
On the other hand Suubi has actually considering that joined social networks.
He opened a twitter account in his names Henry Ssuubi Kiyimba, which by Friday had more than 300 fans.
In his first tweet, he thanked everybody who supported him in this campaign that has changed his life
“I wish to extend my genuine appreciation to family and friends who have actually signed up with hands to change my entire life. What has actually taken place in my life is an inspiration for me to work beyond a trillion times harder. I am humbled and grateful, may the almighty shower his true blessing on you.”
The 20 year old comes from Kammengo, Mawokota County in Mpigi district. He did his A level at St Bruno SS Ggoli in Kammengo where he scored 17 points in his last examinations
He wished to study Engineering but missed federal government sponsorship with 2 points and was used BSc in Education as an option.
This week Joadah Consult composed to Makerere University Vice chancellor Prof Bernabus Nawangwe notifying him that they were providing a complete scholarship to Ssuubi for the course of Mechanical Engineering.
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