The Inter Religious Council of Uganda trained and commissioned 230 National Dialogue Youth Community Ambassadors mobilized from 14 regions from around the country. The Youth ambassadors were trained to do advocacy through sensitization and awareness initiatives in their communities of residence and operation on the need to talk about national issues in a National Dialogue.
The inter-religious Council of Uganda Secretary General Joshua Kitakule challenged the youth ambassadors to handle their commission with a none partisan approach, he emphasized that political Parties ideologies and colours should be abandoned for a national cause.
The Bishop of Bukedea region Church of Uganda, Rt Reveland Egessa Samuel appealed to the youth ambassadors to portray discipline and tolerance among the people they operate in otherwise winning respect and trust might be a little more difficult without discipline. Bishop Egessa prayed and commissioned the youths to start their responsibilities as entrusted to them by Inter-religious Council of Uganda. He reminded them that they are the leaders of today …their tomorrow is today
The Chairman of The Elders Forum Justice James Ogola challenges the youths to ensure they learn the etiquette of leadership for every discipline has defined etiquette otherwise they won’t command positive influence and impact.
Godber Tumushabe the National Dialogue Consultations Consultant implores the youths to be tolerant and receptive while doing advocacy for the National Dialogue because it is through listening to each other, that a dialogue can effectively take place
Bishop George Erwau of Soroti diocese says the youths are the right people to champion the National Dialogue because their future is now therefore take on the responsibility to contribute to a better peaceful and prosperous country they want
The Youth ambassadors were trained during a three day workshop that took place in Soroti