Reach a Hand Uganda, a youth-led non-profit organization will today release season two of its very acclaimed educative TV series Kyaddala which took the Ugandan TV airwaves by storm.
The second season of the show will be launched on Thursday 15/October, 2020 and will see the show take a new direction with students slated to go the next education level.
During the Presser today, Mr. Joe Kigozi the Deputy head at Next Media thanked Reach a Hand Uganda for coming up with a new concept that is made by Youth and for the Youth to eductae them about sexual reproduction, HIV/AIDs among many other social issues that are affecting the Youth.
Mr. Kigozi reiterated NextMedia’s commitment to working with Reach a Hand Uganda and Kyaddala in bringing good television content to all its viewers and challenged the team to keep creating.
In regards to the current status of things happening around the World, Mr. Kigozi asked the team to find ways of squeezing in as aspect of COVID19.
RAHU premiered Season One that was airing on NBS TV. It is currently available exclusively on SautiPlus App and website. The series featured actors and actresses from Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda, and Nigeria.
Kyaddala, It’s Real depicts issues young people face through a rich storyline that rotates on themes like life skills empowerment for young people (covering education, livelihoods, and women empowerment), HIV and its impact on young people, teenage pregnancy, among others.
Mr Charles Owekmeno of Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights Alliance Uganda says that ays that he was particularly happy with how Kyaddala represented the issues of Sexual Reproduction in season one.
While Ms. Cleopatra who acted in the first season was very happy that Reach a Hand chose to work with young people who had almost not appeared in other shows and that they as elder generation were there to provide support to the team.
She was also very critical to note that a good show should have good sound, lighting, acting among many others well in sync because that is how best they can attract new viewers and also retain the old ones.
The Kyaddala show can be watched on NBS Tv and also Reach a Hand TV station Sauti Plus which is an online platform and also has an App for streaming of all seasons.
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