A section of youths living within Kampala, the capital city of Uganda took it upon themselves yesterday to conduct voter’s education outreach program in a bid for peaceful elections slated for Thursday February 18, 2016
The youth clad in white t-shirts and caps embossed with electoral commission logos moved from Jinja road to Entebbe road, wandegeya to Bukoto, and Nakawa to Bugolobi carrying placards and banner calling for a peaceful election.
Kasule one of the participants when asked on his involvement in the election process, he revealed that youth participation was key in the decision making process of this country.
According to Kasule despite several avenues being used to call on Ugandans to go and vote, he opined that youth and other partners get the message well through fun filled activities like skating, road drives plus the aspect of music and dance.
As the youth walked with no interruption, onlookers applauded them as they chanted “Twagala Dembe” meaning we want peace
The moments at Owino market as well as Nakawa remained a hot spot because as the youth waved their placards as they called for peace, market vendors who were busy selling their merchandise, responded by waving “TOPOWA” flags.