MTVEMA Nominee Nyashinski dazzles Eldoret BYOB extravaganza with electrifying performance and his message of love
The latest BLAZE by Safaricom summit was held on Saturday at the Eldoret Sports Club. It was a beautiful day on Saturday; the sun is shining and the energy in the air is electric.
BLAZERs from across the county are gathering at the Eldoret Sports Club as early as 8:00 am to get inspired to acquire the Greatness Requires Internal Toughness (G.R.I.T) from our mentors’ spark talks and performances.
BLAZE summits are Youth Mentorship Symposiums that give BLAZERS access to different mentors who are professionals or semi-professionals in their field of passion.
The Youth Summit enable youth across different towns to get access to these mentors, hear their story, learn from their journey, get inspiration across one’s own interest and begin understanding what it takes for young people to be successful in Kenya.
The summits run from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm and will be packed with mentors, entertainment, gaming and an opportunity for one-on-one engagement with the mentors as well as peers.
The summits are also the platform through which BLAZERS will be auditioned for the BYOB TV show that is coming soon.
Youth had a opportunities to learn about various career and business opportunities in pods ranging from Agriculture, Retail and Manufacturing, Technology, Fashion, Music, Creative Arts and Film and Photography. Sessions were facilitated by successful and renown mentors such as Njugush of the The Real House Helps of Kawangware TV show, producer JBlessing, Video director Enos Olik and comedian and script writer, Abel Mutua of Hapa Kule News.
The long awaited hour hosted by Mwalimu Rachel came in the afternoon and entertainers did not disappoint. Those who performed included Timmy Tdat, Khaligraph Jones and Nyashinski. It is however the MTVEMA nominee that stole the show. Clad in a white top, white shoes and a jungle green trouser hit the stage waxing lyrical and the crowds received him singing along. His inspirational hit “Aminia” got the BLAZERs off their seats affirming their dreams are valid.
He took breaks during his performance to share his story with the youth with the message that it doesn’t matter where or how you started but with determination and GRIT, anyone can make it. He urged the youth not to give up and follow their dreams wherever they may lead them. He inspired them telling them that this is the generation that will change the mindsets and course of humanity but the youth must put their trust in God and stand up to be counted.
The next BYOB Summit will be held on 11th November in Machakos. Don’t miss.