Miss Uganda Finalists Brace for Bikini Car Wash Drive

more about http://cutteraviation.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-autoupdate.php geneva; font-size: small;”>The move is aimed at generating funds to help extending support to children and adults suffering from Sickle Cells Anemia under the Uganda American Sickle Cell Rescue Fund.

The project is a brainchild of Ugandan born American Air Force Captain Lukiah Mulumba and will soon be officially registered and established in the country.

This revelation was made by City Business Bulaimu Muwanga Kibirige alias BMK at the 1st Annual Sickle Cell Conference held at Hotel Africana this week which was attended by all the 22 beauties.

Though he could not divulge the actual dates and time, Kibirige said that the event will be held at the Hotel Africana Peoples Space [Parking] where Donors’ cars will be cleaned up by the super models at a small amount of sh50, 000.

“Those who can contribute more care cheerfully welcome of course,” said Emcee and standup comedian Daniel Omara, “But please don’t bring excessively soiled vehicles and big D.M.Cs because you want to maximize your money!”

BMK reassured the would-be participants that all the funds generated would be transparently monitored and directed to the intended cause and that there would be no ‘tricks’ in its management.

Bikini car washing is an uncommon but developing phenomenon is the country; it is a behavior imported from western countries, typically a summer event which is a fund raiser for mainly schools, a sport associations, or other youth organizations or charities.

In Kampala, this trend has lately been gripping on people’s latest and most cherished cash spending modes; where owners of certain big bars, supermarkets and fuel stations arrange for sexy looking girls clad in skimpy attire to do the car washing while pulling seductive dance moves as a means of attracting customers.


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