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Prince V's Charity Supports Boda Riders in New Road Safety Campaign

posted onFebruary 14, 2022

Prince V's Charity Initiative launched a campaign to sensitize Boda Boda riders on road use.

Vianey Sserubambula aka Prince V -- the founder of the organization -- says they aim at giving reflectors to 10,000 riders in districts of Kampala, Wakiso, Mukono, Luwero and Mitiyana because "they register the biggest number of cases".

Boda-boda riders are the most culprits of reckless driving. Traffic records show 1,146 were killed in 2020 Boda-boda accidents while 409 passengers on motorcycles died.

One of the groups Prince V's Charity targets is People with Disabilities and a considerable number of people are disabled because of accidents.

Accompanied by the Initiative's patron Flavia Eleanor Kasenge (chief operating officer at Ezee Money) and the Head of Operation Danthan Mugabe, Sserubambula rolled out the February campaign at National Theatre in Kampala by handing over 50 reflectors.

They are also giving doling out pamphlets containing road signs and safety measures.

"We, therefore, rally people to come in and support the cause as each reflector jacket goes for only Shs20,000," Prince V said. "We are going to distribute these jackets to all the districts of Buganda having discovered that they have registered the biggest number of road accidents."

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