UGANDA: Maro In Mega Charity Project
4 April 2017
Local musician Ronald Maro is a soft-spoken man with a big heart.
The self-proclaimed R’n’B Kyabazinga has yet again shown his philanthropic side as he is involved in a mega charity project.
We have learnt that the singer has started making T-shirts and caps with the M label, which stands for Maro, whose half of the sales will go to supporting various charitable causes.
“‘M for Maro’ merchandise is for charity,” he said. “50% of the money from the sales will go to charity organisations I work with like Viva con Agua, Plan International, Inter Aid and Uganda Hands for Hope.”
Maro has reportedly set up a shop at his Volume Up studio in Kabalagala and the merchandise can also be purchased at Abraynz Collection.