7-year old rapper from Uganda who was asked to go back to school and stop rapping or risk going to jail has been awarded a full scholarship by a kind-hearted business tycoon called Sudhir Ruparelia based in the country.
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The rich man, who happens to be the founder and boss of Ruparelia Foundation, gifted the seven-year-old a fully paid study scholarship for his primary education.
Fresh kid, real name, Patrick Ssenyonjo is currently studying at St Agnes Kawanda but will move to Kampala Parents, which is one of the schools under Ruparelia Foundation.
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The young rapper was threatened by the Ugandan Minister for Youth and Children Affairs, Florence Nakiwala to stop rapping and go back to school when it was discovered music obstructing his education.
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