Embakasi East MP Babu Owino and opposition politician in Uganda Bobi Wine have launched a youthful movement aimed at fighting for the oppressed people in Africa.
The Youth for Africa Movement was launched on Saturday during a rally at the Jacaranda Grounds in Embakasi.
Speaking during the rally Bobi Wine called upon the youth to stand up and fight for their space in politics.
Wine said that he will continue to fight the injustice and dictatorship in Uganda further calling on Kenyans to unite to end any form of oppression.
“We do not come asking for guns as we do not want to kill anyone. We come to ask for your brotherhood,” he told a charged crowd on Saturday.
“When there is injustice and dictatorship in Uganda, its everywhere. When something bad happens in Kenya, it’s a great concern for Uganda and vice versa,” Wine said.
Wine shot to fame after his detention and ‘torture’ by Ugandan authorities following violence during the Arua municipality by-election.
On his part, Babu stated that they will offer leadership to the continent’s young people and ensure their participation in decision making.