By Terence Miselo
Celebrated local artiste and gender activist Brian Bweebya famously known as B-Flow has been named by the United Nations Populations Fund (UNFPA) as one of the most influential individuals who are tackling violence against women around the world.
This means that B-Flow is among the 16 selected voices around the world to feature in the UNFPA’s 16 Voices campaign in line with the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence being commemorated the world over. B-Flow has been very instrumental in championing the end to violence against women.
This move has since attracted interest from a number of his followers who have showered him with messages of congratulations.
Last year, the singer spent most of his time in the United States of America promoting his activities and mission following a successful participation in the Young African Leadership Initiative summit for 2015.
He earned massive recognition from outgoing US President Barack Obama.
This has made B-Flow become a brand ambassador of peace, gender and youth programmes all to the benefit of the nation.