Initiated in Botswana by Khumo Kgwaadira, Who Am I aims to unite African youth, starting in Namibia.
Botswana personality Khumo Kgwaadira and her team have embarked on an African tour to unite young people across the continent. By doing this, they are trying to understand what young people are facing on a daily basis and how they can help to overcome these challenges.
Who Am I is an NGO ( Non- profit Organization) which helps young people realize their true potential and it was founded by Khumo Kgwaadira a public figure and entrepreneur all the way from Gabarone, Botswana.
She is currently in Namibia and will be speaking to pupils from Windhoek High School, Namibia Primary School just to name a few. Her trip was endorsed by the High Commission of Namibia as well as the Minister of Education, Arts and Culture.
Who Am I will then go further up in the continent to go speak to young people from various countries in Africa depending on their finances. An orgainsation like Who Am I will be beneficial to a lot of young people . Not only will it help them understand their true potential the NGO ( Non- profit Organization) will make them understand who they are as human beings.
Khumo Kgwaadira was also spotted last night at the launch of the MTC Knockout Project and with her current stay in Namibia, the public figure says she has already met a couple of Namibian celebrities, the likes of Gazza, Sunny Boy and King Tee Dee just to name a few.