Bryan White Foundation intensifies campaign to reform Kampala criminal gang members
Bryan White Foundation (BWF) through their boss Bryan White has intensified campaign to reform Kampala City criminal gangs. While addressing the gang members on Friday, Bryan said they will go through a reform process to help them live a better life. Meeting different groups at his makeshift offices in Munyonyo, he directed his foundation to register members as an initial requirement to help them quit the criminal street gang life.
Bryan White went on to criticise leaders for ignoring to help the youth.
“Leader’s failure to help the youth has led most of them to live a troubled life” he said. Addressing different groups of youth at his foundation’s makeshift offices in Munyonyo, Bryan White said people need to first understand what they can do before they are given money. “As Ugandans, we need to calm down and reset our buttons towards helping the youth,” he said.
The foundation plans to set up a home for those who have shown signs of reforming to start equipping them with technical skills. 300 members are expected to start the process in the next few days.
Meanwhile in related development, Bryan White launched new cars which were acquired by his help to Ntinda Cab Drivers Association. Bryan White Foundation gave the cab members UGX 30m which they have used as loans to top up to acquire new cars for their taxi services.