Addressing Press at his Makeshift offices in Munyonyo, the humanitarian said he will continue his activism of reducing poverty among the young generation but said this time he is focusing more on intoxicated criminal gangs’ members. The humanitarian also unveiled billions of shillings to be used during the project exercise for 4 months.
He revealed that his reason to display the money is to assure Ugandans that he is not using government money. “This is to show Ugandans that i am always with my money and i can use it any time i feel like, this shows its not government money because you cant have it all the time if its from government,” He said. Under his Bryan White Foundation, he is set to return to Arua on Friday 19th October for a period of 4 months as a way of embarking on the process of reforming the criminal gangs in the area.
Members from notorious youth gangs in Arua will go into a residential camp for 4 months where they will receive training to acquire individual skills in different categories like mechanics, carpentry, brick laying and concrete practice to mention but a few.
The members will also acquire financial discipline and will rehabilitated from their drug and weed affected lives.
“The foundation will spend 4 months ‘skilling’ and rehabilitating criminal minded youths. After Arua, he will head to Busia and then Kampala doing the same,” a source said.