Kenyans trolled Ngina Kenyatta over the weekend after she gave an inspirations speech at on youth empowerment.
Ngina on Saturday spoke during the African Philanthropy Forum whose theme was “Accelerating Youth Employment in Africa.”
Here, she challenged youths to learn how to hustle by studying specific courses that address specific needs in their location.
“It is a pleasure for me to be part of a forum discussing such an important issue that affects us throughout the continent. There’s a saying, give a man a fish and feed him for one day, show him how to fish and feed him for a lifetime,” Ngina said.
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Ngina is a director of The Kenyatta Trust, a non-profit organization whose beneficiaries of the trust are students who have come from disadvantaged family backgrounds.
The students are currently from all the 47 counties in Kenya. Because The Kenyatta Trust was established to nurture leaders from all over Kenya, the selection process is based on academic achievement in school, community service and other relevant factors.
The beneficiary population currently stands at over 450 and will continue to grow to the point where there are 400 beneficiaries in The Kenyatta Trust per annum.
The Kenyatta Trust has carved out a unique niche in terms of focusing on the transformation of the lives of underprivileged communities in Kenya through a combination of education, mentorship, counselling, community service and empowerment.