Wavah Broadcasting Services [WBS TV] seeks to take over the Pan-African Pyramid debate.
The debate organised by Andrew Irumba, a young pan-Africanist and marketer at Red Pepper Publications, gets underway every Friday at Fairway hotel in Kampala.
It is sponsored by by Fairway Hotel, Splash, Uganda telecom, President’s Dairy, Cursa Uganda, Double football, Chimpreports and theinsiders.ug.
“WBSTV wants to take over our pan-African debates,” Irumba who moderates the debates told Insider.
He said this Friday, WBS will do a demo coverage.
“This is very important stage because it determines the next step.”
He added: “Audience and preparedness of our audience is paramount. I request our members to come early this Friday 5pm and mobilize other friends to come with. The more the numbers, the better for us.”
This Friday, pan-Africanists will be tackling “The role of private sector in combatting youths un-employment in Africa”.
Guest speakers include; Kojo Ablode (from Ghana), pan-Africanist Uhuru Serubiri, the Coordinator National Youth Crime Preventers’ Forum Kamugisha Blaise, among others.