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Youtuber MrBeast builds 30 Wells in Uganda, Ugandans React

American Youtuber James Stephen “Jimmy” Donaldson popularly known as MrBeast is trending on social media platforms after he built 100 wells in Africa. According to MrBeast, he drilled 30 boreholes in Uganda to provide water to communities and schools lacking clean drinking water. However, this has caused mixed reactions from Ugandans who claim it is a lie because they never saw the American YouTuber in the country.

The YouTuber who has 207 million subscribers on the platform published a video revealing to the world how he built 100 wells in Africa. In the video, he clearly noted that he built a couple of wells in Uganda to help the vulnerable communities.

However, this really shocked many as they never heard of MrBeast coming to Uganda. Additionally, some Ugandans applauded the YouTuber and these immediately condemned the Ugandan government for failing to channel taxpayer’s money for the wellbeing of it’s citizens.

“I already know I’m gonna get canceled because I uploaded a video helping people, and to be 100% clear, I don’t care. I’m always going to use my channel to help people and try to inspire my audience to do the same,” MrBeast posted on X.

The Video has so far garnered 33M views in less than 24 hours.

“MrBeast built 100 wells across Africa Uganda included in a space of only 8 months. 30 years in power NRM is yet to provide solution to Karamoja water issue with money for valley dams and water development project all stolen just like iron sheets,” Kanungu Prince reacted.

“We have never seen you in Uganda, which wells are you talking about,” Ryan too reacted to the YouTuber’s video.

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