Ghetto Kids:The Success Story Of Kids From Uganda.

The Success Story of Ghetto Kids the 16th Edition of Britain Got Talent.

The popular Ugandan dancing group Ghetto Kids are making headlines Across the world after they managed to reach the finals at the 16th edition of Britain Got Talent.

The Kids reached the finals after their impressive performance during the semi finals in the United Kingdom (UK).

The six kids who are aged between 5years to 13 years are orphans who live together in Uganda after being rescued from the street by a well wisher.

Ghetto Kids will be among some 10 finalists who are all staring at possible $267,000 cash prize and also get a spot in the annual Royal variety performance.

However the Kids made history during the semi finals after they were the first act to be given ba golden buzzer by one of the Judges during the middle of their play.

According to Dauda Kavuma the guardian and also their manger ghetto kids success will encourage others l kids living in the streets.

Currently over 30 children are sharing a five bedroom house in Kampala where Kavuma is looking after them.

Kavuma stated by he founded Ghetto Kids foundation in 2007 to look after the street childrens around Kampala City and it’s neighborhoods.

Speaking to AFP news agency, Kavuma stated that winning the prize would be his dream as he will be able to build a bigger house to accommodate the kids.

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