Naava vows to empower central Uganda youth
By Kitts D.Mabonga
The youth block in central Buganda has vowed to return their incumbent member of parliament back into the house so that she can accomplish the unfinished business.
The youths told this website this week in Kampala that they are still happy with the good work done in parliament by their incumbent MP Hon.Naava Nakibuule Mastulah saying they will send her back to fix the outstanding and pending projects.
Some youth leaders in the region who attended a consultative meeting with NRM party electoral commission discussing the impending polls road map said that Naava had done a tremendous job while in parliament when she lobbied for several projects that have a direct bearing on the livelihoods of young people within the central region.
DISCUSSING BUGANDA YOUTH ISSUES; Mr.Serubiri Frank chats with a colleague shortly the meeting at Kyadondo last week.
They vowed to offer her one more opportunity to complete her political programs because she has the capacity and potential of lobbying for more positive programs that benefit the youth of central region.
Flanked by his political assistant Mr.Serubiri Frank, Naava pointed out that she started a small salon several years ago but to date it had transformed into a fully fledged Naava Institute which operates under the Naava foundation with mandate to empower young people through offering them special skills training opportunities.
Serubiri said they have done all the necessary ground work of ensuring that come 10th/10/2020, the youth of central region shall collectively vote for Naava so that the region remains progressive.
“My foundation has been instrumental in offering special hands on skills training programs to hundreds of young people within this central region were many have ever since then set up own businesses that enable them earn a positive life” noted Naava.
The state minister for youth and children affairs Florence Nakiwala Kiyinji recently told the media how the youth MPs have been doing a great job especially in lobbying for both children and youth friendly policies in parliament.
The minister urged the voting block to pick members who deliver results for youth and children because they are the future of this great country.