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The rapper who visited the largest aquarium in the world on his Georgia tour has also worked with wildlife Uganda, visited the gorillas in Bwindi and fed the baboons at Karuma and Queen Elizabeth National park.
He exclusively told Chimp Entertainment that his visit at the aquarium in Georgia, USA made him want to participate more in preservation and careful management of the environment.
“My visit encouraged me to preserve and protect the beauty and aesthetic value of the environment,” he said.
It should be noted that the Kikankane singer has a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Education from Makerere University.
“I take it upon myself to carry out the role of environmental and education responsibility and work towards sustainable development,” he said.
GNL also emphasized: “We do not inherit the environment; we borrow it from our children.”
The singer will now be joining Ugandan singer, Angella Katatumba in combating the climate change that threatens the future of the world.