Tindyebwa Agaba is the adopted son of Greg Wise and Emma Thompson.
Tindyebwa Agaba Wise is the director and founder of the charity organization “Muryango. The group assists African asylum seekers and refugees by offering financial assistance and helping them prepare for interviews.
Tindyebwa is more well-known because he is the son of British actress Emma Thompson, who adopted Tindyebwa after she met him at the “Refugee Council. Prior to escaping into England, United Kingdom, Tindyebwa was made to work as an army child within Rwanda after being abducted by a militia.
Tindyebwa’s fortunes changed after his name was mentioned by an Oscar-winning actress. He now lives in London and is an activist for human rights.
He hopes to become an elected official to effect positive changes in society.
Emma first was introduced to Tindy at an event organized by the refugee council in which she offered her help after his traumatic experiences.
At the moment, Tindy wasn’t sure whether to be able to trust Emma but eventually, she located him and invited him over to a Christmas Eve meal.
The dinner, which was held in their PS15 million West Hampstead, North London home, was later transformed into a series of stays.
In his room, Tindy would stay for weekends, which would later be transformed into weeks.
At some point, Greg and Emma decided to “informally” adopt Tindy – at the point at which Tindy was able to take his own legal decisions.
Tindy is the mother of Greg as well as Emma with their child, Gaia.
Tindyebwa Agaba Childhood and Early Life
Tindyebwa Agaba was born in the village of Rwanda. His father was a tea plantation farmer and was able to earn enough money to feed Tindyebwa as well as the three siblings. Tindyebwa’s and their sisters’ lives were changed to the worst after their father died after contracting AIDS. Following the death of their father Tindyebwa and his sisters were ordered to quit school. However, their mother did succeed in persuading a non-governmental organization known as ‘Care International’ keep her children under their supervision. When Tindyebwa reached 10 years old, the organization was shut down.
Tindyebwa was left with no choice other than to return to his village and his siblings. The political situation in his country was deteriorating and so the children in his age were being taken by militia. In no time, Tindyebwa’s sisters and his brothers were caught in the clutches of the militia who kidnapped them with the intent of making them soldiers.
After being forced to cross over the border of their country, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Tindyebwa was put into an army of boys and his siblings were forced to be with a different group comprised solely of girls. Tindyebwa soon became an infant soldier and was required to carry weapons in order to combat the government.
After spending several days in Camp as a young soldier, Tindyebwa managed to escape, even when one of the other boys who tried to escape with him, was killed.
Tindyebwa was then detained by police and detained for 13 months before he was released from the prison after an altercation with the guards of the prison. He then fled back to Uganda after which he was discovered by a member of Care International.’
Tindyebwa was taken for transfer to the United Kingdom, where Care International’s parent company is situated. After getting to London, Tindyebwa faced difficult situations for a long time before being spotted by officials of the ‘Refugee Council.’
Tindyebwa The Agaba Life of a Personal
Tindyebwa Agaba is close to his sister Gaia Romilly Wise. He is, however, still waiting to hear about his sisters’ biological parents.
He has also not seen his mother since she left him and his sisters at ‘Care International. Tindyebwa’s greatest goal is to locate his mother.
Tindyebwa hopes to become an elected official. His aim is to assist asylum seekers and give them an opportunity to lead more fulfilling lives. He has worked in a variety of charitable organizations around the globe.
What is the fate of Tindyebwa Agaba?
Tindy has tragically lost father due to Aidswhen at the age of nine years old.
At the age of 12, soldiers rushed his home in Rwanda equipped with machine guns, to kidnap children from the village.
The militia took Tindy along with nine others and led through the bush in a foreign setting for several days.
The result was that he was removed by his sisters who most likely were assaulted and later murdered.
Then, he was sent to the prison camp where he would stay for three years being brainwashed, radicalized, and trained to become a child soldier.
At the age of 16, Tindy finally escaped Rwanda after a worker of Care International helped him board an aircraft to London for asylum.
After months of living rough in street corners in Trafalgar Square, `Tindy finally got to meet Emma at the refugee council’s event.
What year was the date that Greg Wise and Emma Thompson adopt Tindyebwa Agaba?
in 2003 Greg as well as Emma were officially adoptive Tindy The same year, they got married.
He is the oldest child of the two and a the younger brother of the daughter Gaia.