Masters of Success Aims to Inspire Namibians

“Africa is already littered with negative stories but we don’t celebrate the good stories enough, this is our opportunity to do so.”

These were the words of MTC corporate communications practitioner John Ekongo at the launch of Masters Of Success at NICE restaurant yesterday.

The inspirational talk show is an initiative by the mobile communications giant to entertain and inspire Namibians. Through this project a number of well respected, successful and inspiring individuals from Namibia, Africa and across the world will be hosted at the National Theatre of Namibia (NTN). They will give talks on their journey to success within their respective fields and will engage in discussions with the host of the show as well as take questions from the audience.

With ten events taking place between February and November, the programme will appeal to a diverse audience who can obtain free tickets four days in aance from the NTN.

“Masters Of Success will instil confidence in young people who will be inspired by these inspiring people,” said corporate communications head, Tim Ekandjo. He added that guests will have an opportunity to interact with the invited personalities weeks in aance. This will be through their hashtag #MTCGETINSPIRED which people can use on social media platforms to pose questions that the personalities will answer during the show.

NBC TV will broadcast every event on the following Sunday with the very first show taking place on Friday, 13 February at the NTN with South African media powerhouse, Bonang Matheba. Bonang is one of South Africa’s favourite media personalities. She’s not only a radio host, but is a TV presenter and style icon of note who sets trends and is known for her impressive work ethic. Hosting the show will be Namibia’s bubbly MC Josy Nghipandua who stole the nation’s heart as the host of the 2014 NAMAs. A media personality of note, law graduate and public speaker, she’s an inspiration on her own and will no doubt do well as the host.

“This project is about building a foundation of inspiration,” said Ekandjo.

Source : The Namibian