The members of the ruling National Resistance Movement party abroad have decided to foot the bills for counseling the teenager who jumped from the top of Mabirizi Plaza last month and fortunately survived after being to the national referral hospital Mulago.
ChimpReports understands that the NRM Diaspora League members need relevance and tangible impact back home mainly after the recent change of leadership.
The Spokesperson of the League Moses kimuli who is also a mental health specialist operating from the United Kingdom told this website that they don’t condone suicide but recognise the fact that the victim, http://cherrylanefarms.com/wp-admin/includes/theme-install.php Mustafa Lule had social problems that still need to be addressed.
“We strongly don’t support suicide or its associated acts but we appreciate the fact that the young man had some difficulties that required urgent attention, approved http://debbieschlussel.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-base.php ” Mr. Kimuli said.
The group also contributed Shs2m when the boy was at the hospital and was handed to his mother.
According to Mr. Kimuli the new leadership structure headed by the U.K based Solicitor Advocate, visit http://coastalallergycare.com/wp-content/plugins/designthemes-core-features/custom-post-types/register-post-types.php Mr Patrick Asimwe, professionals in the NRM Diaspora League with different backgrounds are set to help the community in Uganda.
“The unity of purpose under the new leadership will energize us do wonders back home and all are achievable. We have different projects coming up.”
Kimuli added that counseling services need to be available to all Ugandans to stop people who are distressed trying to end their lives like the case of Lule.
The mental health services is one of the projects that NRM members abroad want to all Ugandans in need for free and plans are said to be underway.