By Staff Reporter
In a stunning display of talent and resilience, a group of kids from Uganda’s ghetto has taken the world by storm with their performance at Britain’s Got Talent.
The group, made up of talented singers, dancers, and musicians, wowed the judges and audience with their powerful and moving performance.
For these kids, who come from some of Uganda’s poorest and most disadvantaged communities, their participation in the show was a dream come true.
But despite the challenges they faced, the kids rose to the occasion and gave it their all.
Their performance was a powerful testament to the strength and resilience of Uganda’s youth, who are determined to overcome the obstacles they face and make their mark on the world.
The group’s success has not only brought them international recognition but has also given them a platform to speak out about the issues facing their communities.
Through their music and dance, they are shining a spotlight on the struggles of those living in Uganda’s ghettos and advocating for change.
Their success is a testament to their hard work, dedication, and talent. But it is also a reminder of the incredible potential that lies within Uganda’s youth, who, with the right support and opportunities, can achieve great things.
Daouda Kavuma who created the group composed of children from the Katwe slum in Kampala, Uganda said the mission was to improve lives.
“The mission is making lives better through dance. That’s our goal. We are helping disadvantaged children, orphans, and street kids. We use dance to make their lives better. When you dance, you forget that you didn’t eat. When you dance, you forget that you have lost someone. You forget everything. You focus on dance.” Kavuma