- Kennedy Ekezie, who is a 19-year-old Nigerian, has revealed plans of starting a world tour to find the best talents in Africa
- Ekezie, through his organization, Africave, will meet and interact with young Africans in 20 cities in the continent
- He also intends to help rid Africa of the negative stereotypes that have became associated with it in recent times
A 19-year-old Nigerian, Kennedy Ekezie, will soon begin a global tour to help develop Africa’s best talents.
Ekezie intends to find young Africans who are ready to contribute and become ambassadors of the continent.
For that reason, he would be visiting 20 cities in 12 weeks in a bid to locate the best young Africans for his organization, Africave.
YEN.com.gh understands that the talent development enterprise is focused on developing young and talented people in Africa in a bid to deal with negative stereotypes.
Per a report by BBC News Africa, his trip would also help eradicate all negativity connected to Africa in recent times.
Ekezie disclosed that there is a questionnaire that would help zero in on the caliber of people his organization is interested in.
Social media users have reacted to his plan to help rebrand Africa.
Yunge congratulated him for his motive.
Kary urged him to be open-minded in his selection of the African youth.
Washington added that there was a need to rebuild some countries.
Moses also admonished him to stay away from negative people.
Bigaruka also noted that there are several talented people in Africa.
In other news, a young boy conducting a balancing act on a unicycle has attracted applause from social media users.
The boy, whose identity is yet to be established, is seen in a video balanced on a unicycle with bowls placed on his feet.
Swaying forward and backward, he then lifts his leg and tosses the bowls in the air. The bowls land in an arranged order on his head on which another bowl is placed.
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