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Over 50,000 riders to be celebrated at maiden ‘My Boda-My Pride fest’


Between 50,000 and 70,000 Boda-Boda riders are expected to throng the Wakiso based home of Gudi Leisure Farm on Sunday December 3, where the organization has decided to celebrate them because of their outstanding role in economic development.
Through what they have described as: My Boda My Pride, Gudie Leisure Farm says they are celebrating the profession because of the invaluable role Boda Boda riders play in our daily lives.
According to Prof Gudula Naiga Basaza the founder of GLF, the event aims to emphasize the critical contributions of Boda Boda riders in the everyday lives of Ugandans, regardless of their location.

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“Gudie Leisure Farm believes that recognition is not just a word but an action, and we encourage everyone to participate. We’re eager to learn about the unique roles Boda Boda riders play in your life. Please share your experiences and insights through a brief questionnaire,” she said adding,
“Boda Boda riders, often the unsung heroes in our communities, are essential for various errands and journeys. From urban streets to rural pathways, they ensure goods, services, and people reach their destinations safely and efficiently. My Boda My Pride is an opportunity for us all to express our gratitude to these dedicated individuals,”

Prof Naiga Gudula the founder of Guide Leisure farm speaking to media recently.

According to Prof Naiga, the event will feature the much-anticipated launch of the “Boda Boda” song by none other than Price Wavamuno, a talented musician known for his captivating melodies.
He will be joined by fellow gifted Boda Boda riders, making this occasion a vibrant and memorable experience for all attendees.
“Gudie Leisure Farm acknowledges the indispensable role Boda Boda riders play in our operations. We work closely with 50,000 Boda Boda riders, also known as Youth Agripreneur Transporters (YATs), in our White Meat Value chain, spanning regions like Kampala, Mukono, and Wakiso,” she said.

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“Moreover, we have built a vast network of 70,000 Boda Boda riders across 700 parishes in all regions of the country, including 29 rural districts and 6 refugee camps,” she added.
Within the White Meat Value chain, YATs, shw said serve as the backbone, contributing to market intelligence, ensuring security, and facilitating the movement of tourists, inputs, products, and goods between our youth Agripreneur Champions and our cherished customers.

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