FDH Bank plc has lived to a contractual agreement as it has issued a cheque worth K1 million to young musician Made See. The Bank through its brand ambassador Patience Namadingo promised to sponsor Made See, real name Medson Kapeni in his music career. Speaking during the handing over of the chrque, FDH bank's Marketing Manager Ronald Chimchere said the bank is committed to support the artist’s career. According to Chimchere, the bank has released K2 million financial package half of which was already channelled towards the educational expenses of the upcoming afro-dance artist. "Having sorted out his school fees we thought that this is the perfect time that we support him to have his music recorded with the new producer he has found. We are just honouring our promise our main interest is to see him excel both in academics and music," said Chimchere. Made See: has received a boost In an interview, Made See assured his fans to expect nothing but fireworks from his album he is currently working on. The young afro-dance artist said he has signed up for Dali Beats to release his 10 track album. The 16 year old said he will work hard in school to have a certificate. "It's going to be a bomb of an album, I have lined up 10 tracks. I don't have an MSCE certificate so I will make sure I work hard in school to get it, I don't despise education,” said Made See. Recently, Made See took it to Social Media accusing his immediate past mentor, the FDH Brand Ambassador Patience Namadingo for failing to live to their agreement, a development which saw their partnership terminated. Sharing is Caring!