Women, Youth, Let Down by NGOs – Adamu

The work and voice of human rights and civil rights activists has been compromised by the political happenings in Zambia, writes Adamu

Peter Adamu in his article titled ‘Women and youth activism a let-down’, says that he has the opinion that the work and voice of human rights and civil rights activists has been compromised by the political happenings in Zambia.

Adamu argues that he has always echoed the need for people especially those working in non-governmental organisations (NGOs) or civil society organisations (CSOs) to be sober and focused on the work they are meant to do.

He is of the view that the problem is that organisations like Non-governmental Organisation Co-ordinating Committee (NGOCC), Women for Change and others that claim to be speaking and representing the views and interests of women and young people are consumed by selfish motives and ambitions.

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