|B Flow performing at a Triple V event in Kabwe|
Triple V is a short form for My Vote, My Voice, My Victory.
The campaign, which is being spearheaded by the Zambia National Women's Lobby, Operation Young Vote, Anti-Voter Apathy Project and the Young Women in Action, will see a series of countrywide public events such as road shows and meetings to encourage more people to vote.
This campaign comes at a time when Zambia has seen some of its lowest voter turn out in parliamentary by-elections held this year.
|Macky 2 sensitising the public in Chipata|
The donor funded campaign has so far held public meetings in Chipata and Kabwe.
On the official launch of the campaign in Chipata on 5th September, local rapper Macky 2 mesmerised the crowds with music which was punctuated by messages of encouragement for young people to vote.
"Never take everything for granted. Appreciate every opportunity that you have in life. We are here to educate you on how to involve yourselves in the governance of the country. On 14th September you should register to become a voter. You should always remember that voting is your right and vote for whoever you want. Voting is a secret," said Macky 2.
Macky 2 was later joined on stage by popular comedian Bikiloni who charmed the crowds with his mouth watering jokes.
|Bikiloni in action in Chipata|
And on 3rd October, the Triple V Campaign shifted to Kabwe where Comet Grounds in Africa's second largest slum Makululu was brough to a standstill.
Fresh from a three months stint as a 2015 Mandela Washington Fellow in the US, B Flow sensitised the public on the need for them to register as voters and turn up in huge numbers to elect their new MPs, Councillors and President next year.
B Flow, whose real name is Brian Bwembya, is a musician who focuses on social issues such as Gender Based Violence and gender equality through his #Music4Change project which US President Barack Obama even acknowledged during his Town Hall with the 2015 Mandela Fellows a month ago.
|B Flow charming the crowd in Kabwe|
The campaign will in the coming months hold similar sensitisations in Kitwe, Choma and Mongu before the end of this year.
The Electoral Commission of Zambia is currently registering new voters and replacing voters cards for those who lost or damaged their previous cards.
The exercise, which commenced on 14 September, is expected to end on 11 November but it will continue at District Councils countrywide until end of March 2016.
Zambia is next year scheduled to hold a general election where Members of Parliament, Councillors and a President will be elected.