Luyando has spoken at several international platforms including [email protected] in Sao Paulo, Brazil at which he was the youngest among 20 speakers. In April 2012, he was invited by the Swedish government to attend the Stockholm +40 partnership forum on sustainable development at which he was a keynote speaker and the youngest delegate. Later that year, he was nominated by UNCEF Zambia to represent Southern Africa at the 3rd Pan-African Forum for Children at the African Union headquarters. In 2014, he also represented Zambia at a commonwealth youth parliament and co–founded an organization called Agents of Change Foundation Zambia that trains Zambian youths in radio skills and creates a platform to discuss and address social challenges like climate change and HIV/AIDS.
Luyando is a proud alumnus of the African Leadership Academy where he was actively involved with the International Relations Council and was a committee Chairperson at the 2016 African Leadership Academy Model African Union (ALAMAU). He is currently a rising sophomore at Michigan State University studying International Relations.