Events — June 27, 2017 at 1:59 pm

Varsity to Host Debut Hustle Yako Initiative to Empower Young People

Hustle Yako to Debut at Zetech University

The Zetech University fraternity is eagerly awaiting the launch of the inaugural Hustle Yako youthful event at the varsity main campus; an initiative designed to empower young minds in the areas of talent and entrepreneurship.

Led by a committed team from 254 Entertainment, the initiative will debut at our main campus on Thursday, 29th June and will feature household names in the entertainment and lifestyle world, eager to impart learned lessons on converting passion to profit.

Birthed by Kenya’s hype man and entrepreneur Davidson ‘DNG’ Ngimbuini through his 254 entertainment firm and in conjunction with various partners such as Oriflame, the event will host celebrated Kenyan hip hop artist Octopizzo, Entertainer, Kiss 100 Radio Presenter and Founder of NO means NO Adelle Onyango as well as award winning fashion blogger Lucia Musau. In addition, Roots Salon’s Steve Kumari and My African Jobs’s Nancy Mokua will be in the house while DJ Wizz will be on the decks.

The team will be tasked to inspire and engage the youth on winning concepts around personal branding, entrepreneurship and using one’s talent and position to positively impact the world.

Commenting on the initiative, Zetech Dean of Student Affairs Elizabeth Muhia extended an invitation to the young and established entrepreneurs, noting that this will be a significant event in challenging students to effectively combine academics and talent development to earn an income,

“We are excited that the DNG and his team have opted to the Hustle Yako project at Zetech University and I encourage our students to take time to learn, grow and enjoy the session. It is important to us that our students grow in all areas of their lives so that they leave university ready to impact the world positively.”

On his part, DNG lauded the entire team for coming together to pull off a significant youth-based initiative that will go a long way in encouraging young people to diligently work on their craft to create income,

“Through Hustle Yako, we aim to empower, impact and change the youth by changing their perspective and attitude towards career, entrepreneurship and business. This will be an unforgettable event and I encourage students and young people to make the time to learn and interact with seasoned entrepreneurs and entertainers in the industry.”

Indeed, the Hustle Yako premier event set for Thursday, 29th June at 1:00pm, looks to be a rewarding session of lessons, fun and interaction.

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