Following Ichuli's death, the widows told the media that he had been their confidant along with his counterpart Kuluthum.
Spice Diana responds to 'Ichuli's widows' cry for support
Not a single face was without a smile when Spice Diana visited a group of widows and HIV-positive mothers in Bwaise. In a clip that circulated on social media following Isma Olaxess' (Jajja Ichuli) death, the widows called upon the singer to help them in the aftermath of Ichuli's death. The singer has responded with bags of food and wads of cash.
Upon his death, the group said they were left stranded without help. They addressed Spice Diana saying that they had seen her charity works and asked her to consider them.
The singer visited the group under Kwaya Foundation bearing food supplies, and groceries, and handed out some money.
"After watching that last slide somewhere on social media. Decided to visit the widows and HIV-positive mothers in Bwaise. Through @kwaya_foundation. Happy mothers Month to the mothers 🌎🙏🏻❤️"
In the pictures she shared on her Instagram, the singer is thronged with grateful smiles and gestures from the women.
The singer recently celebrated Mother's Day in style with her mother and grandmother. The three enjoyed the outdoors in matching outfits and various activities.
Regarding her charity work, the artist vowed to continue doing charity work in front of the cameras after critics accused her of doing it for the cameras and not the goodness of her heart. “I will not stop doing charity in front of cameras. I am a camera person, I am always on interviews in front of the cameras,” Spice Diana said.
The "Simple Man" singer is also undertaking the construction of a home in Mpigi for underprivileged women and children.
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