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Bebe Cool Sensitizes Young People At The Youth Health Conference In Rwanda

Singer Moses Ssali alias Bebe Cool was honored to share his knowledge with young people at the launch of the Youth for Universal Health Coverage Conference at the Kigali Convention Center in Rwanda.
The Gagamel Boss who is currently in Rwanda as a panelist in two United Nations meetings, took time to first interact with over 400 youths from 25 countries all over Africa and the world.
“These young people have been deliberating for days with an aim of finding solutions to health care access for all youth in Africa. I am happy that for the first time, African youth have been given an opportunity to identify their own challenges and to also participate in finding practical solutions through their talents, connections and passion,” Bebe Cool exclaimed.

Bebe Cool talking to the Youth about Health concerns

The youth under the theme “Nothing about us, without us”,  asked that they be included in decision making processes that impact their livelihoods.
“I challenged them to question their motives for demanding a sit on the table of men. Are they coming with practical solutions or joining with an attitude of entitlement,” he said.
The ‘Wasibukawa’ singer advised the youth to desist from making impractical demands but to concentrate on identifying challenges and suggesting realistic solutions.

The youth in Rwanda struggling to have selfies with the Gagamel boss

On the same day, he was privileged to have interacted with some of the most influential people in the noble business of health care who included; Senior disease coordinator of the Global Fund Dr Eliud Wandwalo, the head of community rights and gender at the Global Fund Ms Kate Thomson, among others.

Bebe Cool being surrounded by the youth at the Universal Health conference in Rwanda

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