The journey just gets better for the Ghetto King Kong, Fredokiss as on Friday, the ghetto youth ambassador was named the NBS bank brands ambassador.
Fredokiss, who recently interacted and motivated the younger generation of Malawi with his two free shows held in Blantyre and Lilongwe on Friday, took to social media to reveal the new development.
He wrote on his Facebook account:“Our mission is to create 1 million jobs and business opportunities for the Malawian youth. Our road towards our dream has not always been smooth but with God, we believe we shall achieve.
“Today [Friday] NBS Bank has partnered with us and made “Fredokiss” their brand ambassador,” he posted.
Over the years, Fredokiss who is currently one of the big names in Malawi’s rap/hip hop industry has transformed himself into a ghetto youth ambassador through his music which tackles various issues affecting the youth in their daily lives.
Being a champion for the youth in Malawi, Fredokiss has seemingly already dedicated the honour to the youth across the country.
“We pray that this step forward shall, in the long run, benefit the Malawian youth and uplift the music industry in the process.
“Let us join hands and unite as youth to make Malawi a better place for everyone. Thanks to the people that support the movement and most of all, Jah Jah patsogolo (God first),” he added.
The development has drawn great commendation from several youth who follow and draw inspiration from him.
“Malawi needs wise youth like you big boss and with the will of God; everything will be possible,” wrote one user by the name Muhammad Malinda.
“If we could have a chance to choose who can be our leader among the youth, we could not have another choice but to be ruled by you MR GKK,” added Sida Kendrick Nyirenda.
Some even took the development as an opportunity to sound some advice into their ghetto king kong:
“…I know you are a good guy who loves Malawi to the maximum but my advice to you is be active (and attentive) to people who surround you because the same people can act good in your face and do some bad things behind you.
“I am trying to say that the movement cannot be run by only you, but you (have to) choose some wise people who you believe in… Just know that many youths now, their eyes are on you,” reads part of a comment posted by Edward Scofied Wefe Likhomo.
Apart from embarking on a mission of creating 1 million jobs and business opportunities for the youth, the young musician also recently posted on his facebook page that the Fredokiss Scholarship is searching for three young men and women who want to pursue a career in film.
Fredokiss, who owns the Ghetto Gutter Entertainment, currently is nominated amongst several categories in the Urban Music Party (UMP) like best live act, best UMP video of the year and UMP artist of the year.
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