By Terence Miselo
Following a three-week break to pave way for independence celebrations, the Triple V Campaign bordering on voter education resumes with Mongu tomorrow at Mulambwa Grounds starting 14 hours.
The Mongu concert features musician and gender-activist B-Flow as the main act and is expected to attract a huge crowd and support acts.
This will be the musician’s second participation in the campaign after a successful delivery at the Central Province campaign held in Kabwe last month.
Organisers say from Mongu, the campaign moves to Choma on the 5th November, where local hip hop star Slap Dee is tipped to be the main artist.
The Triple V campaign is mainly centered on sensitizing the public on the importance of participating in voting. It addresses issues related to voter registration and actual voting. The campaign is deliberating using music and top local celebrities to reach out to the public especially the youth under the voting age. The concept is also meant to make people realize that their vote is their voice and their victory.