By Mirembe Martina
The Black Monday protests have been taken to Makerere University to involve the youth in a bid to fight the increasing corruption in the country.
With new cases of corruption being erupted in the country citing government officials in the mess, anti corruption activists decided to declare a campaign against corruption by declaring every Monday a day of wearing Black and fighting corruption. The first Monday saw the activists name the ‘corrupt’ officials who are walking freely.
Today however, the activists decided that the youth, being the future leaders, needed to be involved in the fight against corruption.
Activists are right now stationed at every gate at the university and the university’s residential halls dishing out pamphlets on Black Monday, flyers and leaflets.
Black Monday is operating under the theme ‘Unanimous Youth Take Actions Against Corruption’.