I am Joe Walker aka Joseph Beyanga, a road safety enthusiast raising awareness about saving lives on the road.

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Why Joe Walker will make a difference

The #JoeWalker challenge has stirred up certain memories I had decided to shove far away, as they remind me of a horrific time in my life. Being involved in an accident is one of those terrifying moments that bring you face to face with death. That fateful afternoon, I was on my way to a certain office where I was meant to pick up a document. Everything changed drastically, and while I was meant to have a beautiful lunch with my family, I found myself being hospitalised within 30 minutes. I never made it to my destination and my life has forever...

Road users applaud Joe Walker over road safety campaign

Road users in Mbarara City have applauded Joe Walker, the man behind the “Safe Roads Save lives” campaign for his initiative to curb road carnages. Mr Joseph Beyanga the head of radio at Nation Media Group (NMG-UG), is leading a road safety campaign by walking 320km from Kampala to Bushenyi. He started his journey from Kampala at Nation Media offices in Namuwongo on February 28, 2022 to Bushenyi and reached Mbarara on Tuesday on March 08. The high-spirited Beyanga kept engaging road users on the proper usage of the road. On arrival to Mbarara, he engaged the traffic police on some of the...

Road safety Campaign: Joe Walker 320KM walk nears the end

The head of Radio at NMG-U Mr Joseph Beyanga whom we now know as Joe Walker for his road safety campaign “Stay in Your Lane” Safe Roads Save lives” is nearing the finish line. Beyanga who on Feb 28th kicked off his 320km long trek from Kampala to Bushenyi is today expected to reach his final destination. He has spent the last 11 days walking along the Kampala-Masaka highway and yesterday he docked at Kabwohe in Sheema district. Along the journey, he painted zebra crossings at accident blackspots and engaged communities on road safety. This morning he is expected to walk the last leg...