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Triple V tour opens in Lusaka

B’flow

KELVIN KACHINGWE, Lusaka
HAVING kicked of the Triple V Campaign with a ‘Meet and Greet the Celebrity Voters’ all white party at Hollywood City in Lusaka the other Wednesday, B’flow and Kan2, the two ambassadors for the project, moved to Lusaka’s Matero township last Saturday.
In Matero, they were joined by Tommy D, D2, Yugo and JC Star Boy in delivering voter education messages.
Triple V, standing for ‘My Voice, My Vote and My Victory’ is an initiative of a coalition of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) who want to build a critical mass of voters amongst young people.
Funded by Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA) and Hivos Zambia, Triple V was initiated in July 2015 by four organisations working in governance and election issues; Zambia National Women’s Lobby (ZNWL), Anti-Voter Apathy Project (AVAP), Operation Young Vote (OYV) and Young Women in Action (YWA).
The project aims at addressing voter apathy amongst young people in Zambia by encouraging them to register as voters, verify their details in the voter register and finally go out and vote during the 2016 elections.
In Matero, B’flow (Brian Bwembya) and Kantu Habanji Siachingili (Kan2) managed to attract a sizeable audience, which obviously, was happy to have a free afternoon show. Anchored by Power FM versatile DJ QKingSuli ‘Akapondo’ whose interaction with the audience created the connection desired for the event, DJ 800 of DQ Entertainment was equally amazing on his mixes.
B’flow and Kan2 will be the main ambassadors for the project which will also be extended to Mongu, Choma, Chipata and Kasama.
B’flow recently launched his fourth album Dear Mama, a dedication to his mother, and the second phase of Go Out and Vote campaign at a ceremony held at the American Embassy in Lusaka.

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