The revelers had converged to mark the International Day of the Girl Child at Kampala Serena Hotel recently
Musician Geosteady performing during the celebration of International Day of the Girl Child held Kampala Serena Hotel recently. Photos by Shamim Saad
When Geoffrey Kigozi aka Geosteady, one of the fast-rising musicians appeared on stage for a live performance, his arrival excited revelers at the Share101 dialogue.
The revelers had converged to mark the International Day of the Girl Child at Kampala Serena Hotel recently.
Dressed in Afroprint T-shirt, the melodious musician did not disappoint the girl child advocates. His performance was electrifying.
Some of the students of Hana Mixed Secondary School attending the celebrations
The key stakeholders in reproductive health converged to discuss the different on-ground realities and challenges of the Ugandan girl child.
When his Tokendeeza hit reverberated around the hall, the activists were up on their feet and jigged to the tune and sang along. It was evident they yearned for more.
Backed by the Rockies Troupe and Kyuka Youth entertainment youth groups, Geosteady delivered an exceptional performance.
Katonga Hall was full to brim as revelers craned their necks as they struggled to watch the Geosteady who also serves as the Reach A Hand Uganda (RAHU) cultural Icon.
17-year-old Lillian Akampurira breastfeeding her baby during the celebrations
Geosteady, a father of a girl encouraged young girls to live up to their dreams and not be blinded by short term benefits.
Prior to Geosteady's performance, several girls narrated their experiences. Stories were also told of how girls have been affected by the Sexual Reproductive Health challenges in their communities.
They also deliberated on the essence of maternal health and teenage pregnancy, aimed at creating awareness through the media on the status of the young Uganda girl.