A spotlight on the long-awaited National Youth Leadership and Empowerment Summit

It is no longer an anticipation that National Youth Leadership and empowerment summit is to happen this month as the long-awaited event is within sight with the days fast approaching. The summit is a 3-day event that will take place from the 24th to 26th of August at the Grand Global Hotel in Makerere Kikoni for the 1st two days and the final day at Kololo Independence grounds.

This eye-catching productive event dubbed by many as the light and vision of the future has been organized by youth leaders from across the country led by Hon Loy Rugumayo the Vice President of East African Students Union, Hon Kato Joseph Serusiba, Hon Piloya Babra Nyeko, Hon Mushabe Lawrence, among others.

The summit’s main purpose is to empower youths to become productive citizens and good leaders of tomorrow. The top cream in terms of leadership in this country is expected to lecture and orient the youths through the different leadership skills and empowerment programs.

Day 1 the 24th of August will see the guest of Honour Hon Capt. Mike Mukula the NRM CEC Vice Chairperson Eastern region lecture and orient the youths. Given his experience as a leader and in the field of Aviation since his Youthful times, Capt. Mukula will share with the audience his experience and give tips on how one can make it in life successfully.

Day 2  the 25th of August will be graced by the Rt Hon Thomas Tayebwa the Deputy Speaker of Parliament. HON Tayebwa has a clean track record of being a successful entrepreneur and politician. His experiences are therefore worth being counted on in helping to empower the future leaders and entrepreneurs of this nation at the summit. Day 2 shall also be honoured with the presence of Lt.Col Emmy Katabazi the Deputy Director General of the Internal Security Organisation. Afande Katabazi’s vast experience in administration and governance will spice up the event as he will share with the youths different tips on how to walk the journey of success.


Day 3  the 26th of August whose events will take place at Kololo Independence grounds will be graced by Gen Yoweri Kaguta Museveni the President of the Republic of Uganda but there will also be a speech by Hon Katushabe Ruth the Senior Presidential Advisor on Political Affairs and Translation. No one doubts the magnitude of experience Gen Museveni has, given the history of his efforts to liberate Uganda in 1986. Since then, he has been at the epitome of leadership in this country guiding the nation to social economic transformation.

Over 200 youth leaders are expected to attend the first two days while day 3 will encompass all youth leaders and students from across the country. Over 5000 youths are also expected to flock to Kololo independence grounds on the final day of the summit.

Come and be part of these great events that may be the game changer in your life as far as prosperity is concerned.