By STEPHEN KAPAMBWE -
Gender-based violence is one of the most prevalent human rights abuses on earth. It’s time to reverse the trend.
EVERY year from November 25 to December 10, the world observes 16 Days of Activism against gender-based Violence.
In commemoration this period this year, the United Nationals Population Fund (UNFPA) selected 16 heroes named 16 Voices, from around the world who called for change through various messages.
Zambia musician B-Flow is among the 16 who are currently featuring on the official UNFPA website in the fight to end gender based violence.
The musician, who’s real name is Brian Bwembya, has a special message to share with the world: “Why yuh turn around from sweet to bitter? / Why yuh turn around beating a woman? / Why yuh turn around instigating violence?”
The Zambian musician is credited for using his musical skills to call for an end to violence against women. In particular, the musician is credited for his third album, Voiceless Woman, which was honoured at the Zambian Music Awards.
Besides Voiceless Woman, B-Flow has preached against gender based violence in Cry Of A Woman, featuring Judy Yo; Umoyo Wanga; Side Plate; Aka Mungeli; Bubblegum Lover; No More Kawilo; Something About A Woman and others.