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Wezi cheers Youth Reporters 2016 Xmas Party

Wezi cheers Youth Reporters 2016 Xmas Party

December 26
20:40 2016
Wezi singing with a brother

Wezi singing with a brother

By Joseph Mulekwa
Agents of Change Foundation Zambia (ACFZ) held a Christmas break party for Youth Reporters at

Youth Reporters dancing

Youth Reporters dancing

United Church of Zambia (UCZ) Trinity congregation on Lusaka’s Church Road.

Supported by Children’s Radio Foundation(CRF), Agents of Change Foundation Zambia organized a Christmas break party for Youth Reporters currently doing weekly Climate and Environment Sustainability news coverage at Pan African Radio 105.1FM and Power FM Radio in Lusaka.

Youth Reporters at Pan African Radio 105.1FM are dubbed “Triple G Great Generation and Power FM’s Y-Green, extremely elated by dance and food at Trinity UCZ in Rhodespark residential area.

The party brought together 30 youth reporters from two different radio stations Pan African Radio and PowerFM respectively with the representation from Pan African Radio aka the Radio President Mr Derrick Sinjela, Josephine Namakau Pumulo and Mwewa Paul Chipili.

Wezi an acclaimed Zambian female musical super star was in attendance as the Guest Motivational Speaker at the party.

Wezi, who owes her success to s departed grandmother gave a testimony of defiance imploring Youth Reporters to become assertive.

Wezi, managed by elder Sister Faith and her brother Joshua used the platform to share her biography on how she started music,inspiration and motivation.

Youth Reporters heard that Wezi was born in 1992 in Ndola. were she did her primary and secondary school.

Wezi grow up as quiet girl, but from an early life of being an introvert, she is now a voice of the voiceless, bragging that her mission now is to become a Professional Counsellor.

Youth Reporters pose with Wezi

Youth Reporters pose with Wezi

To achieve this mission, Wezi is now studying Humanities at the University of Zambia (UNZA) Great East Road Campus in Lusaka.

“I am a vocal voice of reason but very bad influencer to people around her. Things changed at my tender age when I lost my 9 year-old younger brother. I was 11-years- old then and this traumatizing loss made me realize that nothing works or our existence depends on God’s presence and grace in her lives. That Thursday, my brother never woke and it could have been me or other siblings? Quizzed Wezi, who said breathing is priceless.
During her speech she also explained how she joined the music industry and her first song called “Ambuye” dedicated to her grandmother..Furthermore, wezi surprised people after hearing that they are good friends with Pilato and that he was the one behind Nyimbo Zako video.
Finally, in her conclusion encouraged everyone to believe in themselves and to be assertive and always put God first in everything they do.” www.rainbownewszambia.com /www.derricksinjela.blogspot.com

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