Capital FM’s lucky Mbabazi’s groove back is returning this Saturday 4th for the second season at legends rugby grounds.
The project will be joined by the Uganda Police force in a bid to keep the officers fit.
Unlike the first episode that went on for two hours, this season will take place from 3pm -8pm with various activities.
Speaking to journalists on Tuesday, Lucky said that this episode will focus more on self-defense tactics to help people fight crime.
“We live in a crazy world where people are always exposed to danger through attacks be it by rapists or thieves.
It is important that we equip our people with basics on how to fend off such attacks,” she said.
Gracing the same event was the Assistant Inspector General of Police Andrew Sorowen, who applauded the presenter for involving the police with the public despite the rough times the force has faced.
“We feel happy when the public invites us, we feel like they have confidence in us. Fitness is vital to our lives and we need to get used to being fit early enough.
We can use these occasions to fight crime because it will help us communicate more with the public and help in giving tips,” he said.
Sorowen also added that they are going to fully support Lucky’s project.
“We are going to support you and we shall invite officers to join you because when they are fit, the less they resort to using guns,” he added.
The event will also feature a new element of a kids section which will accommodate children especially from 6- 12 years, where they will be taken through drills suitable for their age.
This will be handled by instructors who specialize in kids’ physical fitness education such as zumba queen Garry Opoka and Robert Ndamulira of the aerobics