KAMPALA, UGANDA: Sensational Ugandan kid rapper, Faith Nanyanzi alias Felista Di Superstar has heartedly appreciated Tycoon Rajiv Ruparelia the Managing Director of Ruparelia Foundation for having opened her educational through a hearty sponsorship.
Felista last year finished her primary level at Kampala Parents School under the Ruparelia Foundation and garnered 13 aggregates.
The young rapper is a lucky young artist who has benefited from her rapping talent revealing that she could not have studied at one of the best schools like Kampala Parents’ School if it was not for the support of Ravij Ruparelia
“One will say Felista has not yet gained from the music industry just because I don’t have a car, a good home and so forth… But to me, I have so far gained a lot from this industry. I managed to complete my primary level for free in one of the best schools in Uganda that is Kampala Parents’ School. Thanks to The Ruparelia Foundation and Mr Rajiv for making it happen,” she thanked.
Nanyanzi, 12, added that due to her talent, she managed to scoop a full bursary at Kisaasi College School from S1 to S6 and thanked Latif Ssebagala Sengendo, the owner of the school.
“If I sum up all the costs, I am pretty sure my dad couldn’t afford them because they are too heavy for him. Thanks, Allah for my talent and my fans,” she applauded.
Felista di Superstar was two years ago enrolled at Kampala Parents School under the Ruparelia Foundation Scholarship Scheme, where she joined another kid superstar Fresh Kid (real names Patrick Ssenyonjo) and the two have since then seen their academic levels rise to the standard.
“I would love to see her become a guide and inspiration to many young people out there hence, Ruparelia Foundation is presenting this young girl with a full scholarship from the Ruparelia Foundation to go to Kampala Parents’ School,” Rajiv said in 2020 while awarding the scholarship to Felista.
“We shall ensure you learn how to be confident and we shall make sure that all we offer you help grow your music career,” he added then.