Singer Mun G is set to headline she decides festival

The Born fighter singer MunG is set to perform in Mbale District on the 29th, Feb 2020 on a live festival dubbed ‘She decides festival’

On Thursday morning, Uganda Youth and Adolescents Health Forum unveiled MunG as the new local she decides champion and an organization cultural Icon

Singer MunG on the extreme left side at she decides conference

Uganda’s Luga flow king has steadily built his brand for heartfelt performances and done collaborations with many artists across the country

Speaking at the press conference that was held at Uganda Youth and Adolescents Health Forum office in Bukoto, MunG said; `I will use my music to talk about the issues affecting women and girls ranging from Abortion, family planning, Gender-based violence, Child Marriage, and HIV’

Singer MunG speaking at she decides festival press conference.

He is popularly known for his songs like Born fighter, Doogo Wa City, Weyayu, Atakutya Gwentya featuring Nutty Neithan and the festival is bigger than before

`It is always not about the Man, it’s about the Women and girls whether to abort or not and as a musician, I will use my voice and address all these issues’ – MunG added

This festival will be a great platform to advocate for women’s and girl’s rights and Mun G is set to give a throwdown with other local artistes in Mbale district

She Decides festival aims at challenging anyone or anything that denies women and girls their basic human rights to make decisions about their bodies, and decisions that are theirs and theirs alone – Apio Winnie, Programs officer at Uganda Youth and Adolescents Health Forum  said

The Decides Champions and friends in Uganda will come together for the ‘She Decides Festival’ with energy to stand up, speak out and take action – Dr. Ben

The festival will take place in Mbale district, it will feature adolescent girls and young women including; young women living with HIV, young women living with disabilities, survivors of sexual and gender-based violence, young mothers, young refugee women, young women in informal businesses – Ms. Winnie Apio said

The Festival is an opportunity for champions, Policy Makers, Government officials, young people, adolescents in Uganda to highlight, leverage and catapult action to greater heights and to achieve even more results for women and girls – Patrick Mwesigye, Team Leader at Uganda Youth and Adolescents Health Forum said during the press conference

Fans can’t wait to see MunG in Mbale

Frank Byaruhanga is a human rights activist with years of experience in community dialogues, digital communication, advocacy and digital campaigns. He specializes in Media Relation Work, Management and Training with sufficient knowledge in Governance, Accountability, Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights, Youth-led research, Content developer, Creative Activism, Social Media Management and documentary photography.

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