Katumba who was addressing a rally near Link bus terminal in Hoima City on Monday evening says if elected his government would reduce motorbike prices from 5 million shillings to 2.5 million shillings for a Bajaj motorcycle.
an Independent Presidential candidate has promised to develop and boost the
Boda-Boda Industry saying the industry employs millions of youths.
Katumba, the Boda-Boda industry that employs both the educated and the
uneducated youths must be looked at critically as one of the ways of dealing
with unemployment in the country.
despite the fact that the industry plays a pivotal role in uplifting the
standards of youth employed in the sector and fighting unemployment, the current
regime has not bothered to consider the youths in the Boda-Boda industry in its
was addressing a rally near Link bus terminal in Hoima City on Monday evening
says if elected his government would reduce on Motorcycle Price from 5 million shillings to 2.5 million for one to purchase a Bajaj motorcycle.
He says a
number of youths would want to venture into the industry but cannot afford due
to the high price of purchasing motorcycles.
out:…yezikola Katumba oyee.”//
Katumba also promised to boost the music industry saying many youths are earning a living
through music but they are not supported to improve on the quality of their songs.
He says his
government would establish free music studios across the country for upcoming artists
in order for their talents to be
improved to earn a living.
his government would also reduce on the number of members of parliament which
he says is too big wasting tax payers’ money which would have been used put to boost
the health, Education and road sectors among others.
Presidential candidate faulted the current regime for using excessive force by
teargassing Ugandans who are yearning for change saying such a regime should be
voted out of power.
says his government will construct a stadium in Hoima to improve on talents of
youths who are currently engaged in football so that they can compete at the
Gerald Atuhairwe, a boda boda rider in Hoima City says Katumba's agenda is good since it is aimed at boosting the Boda-boda industry that is currently trying to fight unemployment among both the Educated and uneducated youths.
Godfrey Kusiima, another boda-boda rider says it is true many youths are finding it hard to venture into the Boda-boda industry since they cannot afford to raise the 5 million shillings that is needed to purchase a new motorcycle.