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Windhoek Fuck Up Nights on the roll once again

Come and listen to Mickey Nekomba, Top Cheri, Tjuna Kauapirura, Simson Samuel and Regto David speak on how they channeled their failures into success stories.

Have you been at the previous Fuck Up Nights and think you have nothing to get from the upcoming one? Well news flash, the organizers promise a new venue with new speakers and a whole new vibe.

Next week Tuesday is about to be Fucked Up once again and this time, at a bigger venue with new speakers from different spheres of life.
According to the organizers, the last Fuck Up Nights had so many people and the venue could not fit everyone.

“Each event is different and every event has a different audience which is a good thing because the speakers pull different target groups,” said Cleophas Johannes.

One of the aims of the event is to teach people to learn from their mistakes, Johannes and his team believe that there is a need to break the stereotype about failure. He says people need to understand that mistakes are part of the journey and there is a need to adopt a culture that does not shy away from this.

“People in Namibia get to be shamed by failure and the public has made it worse in exposing these people on social media without understanding what the problem was. Fuck Up Nights gives that space where someone can motivate and inspire others through telling their stories openly,” he said.

You better hurry and purchase your tickets as they are a limited number of seat.

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“This time we will limit the number of tickets sold as people don’t enjoy overcrowded events such as FuckUp Nights. We just want a relaxing chilled environment where people can enjoy their drinks and listen to FuckUp Stories. We will have two big screens this time to give a clear view of the presentations. We encourage people not to be late for this event as we stick strictly to the time,” he said.

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