By Our Reporter
We Are Youth (WAY), a Non Government Organization of Young People, on Saturday thrilled the people of Kayunga with their annual charity drive.
Many people understand charity as an act of giving but the young people restored smiles through dance as they made stop overs on different streets to feed revelers on different dance moves, cleaned Kayunga Central Market, visited and donated to the sick at Kayunga Regional Referral hospital and also inspired smiles among the children of Tender Mercies orphanage in Kayunga.
Food supplies, clothes and shoes are some of the items that were given to the less privileged in Kayunga.
The street dance helped hustlers get a work break as many left the businesses and gathered to have a glimpse of WAY dancers swaying to sound from a band.
Some said they had spent along time time without hearing the sounds of a band.
“Can you believe I left the customer waiting for food! good thing he also joined the crowd,” one woman said
“I was lucky my friend told me they were coming this way So I covered my fish, It has been a while since I last saw a band.” A fish replied.
WAY holds the charity drive every October 9 to celebrate Uganda’s independence anniversary through Charity. They were hosted by Namagabi Secondary School in Kayunga who were also their 2020 hosts.