BOAF Inducts Mr. Stanley Dube to Africa’s 10,000 Points of Light

Mar - 15
2019

BOAF Inducts Mr. Stanley Dube to Africa’s 10,000 Points of Light

“On behalf of the Banking on Africa’s Future [BOAF], it is my pleasure to welcome Mr. Stanley Dube to the prestigious 10,000 Points of Light [POL] being a community of individuals who are self-determining and who exhibit excellence in their professional endeavors,” said Ms. Nattaley Otto, a member of the BOAF initiative powered by The 1873 FM [www.the1873fm.com] and The 1873 Network [www.the1873network.org.]

Stanley Dube who is better known as Wildfire Deejay, a radio personality at The 1873 FM who does the Drive Time show Monday to Friday, he is also Station Manager at The 1873 FM and has been doing radio for 13 years. Wildfire who is qualified in Computer Science Information Systems is currently completing his MIS Masters Degree.

“As part of my contribution to building the Africa of my dreams, I have agreed to host a program that seeks to identify knowledge centers in Africa being the hidden treasure that we all host in our minds but rarely shared in a systematic and organised manner. The 1873 Network, a member-based association of like minded people who are forward leaning and believe that economic freedom can be best won by connected, equipped and inspired actors, said Wildfire Deejay.”

“Having the privilege to work with Wildfire on a day-to-day basis I can honestly say that he exhibits a rare devotion and commitment to his work and the cause of the 1873 Network. A servant to society in his own capacity bringing his best as a driver, being the change we want to see,” said Nattaley Otto.

“Communities that work for all and institutions that can best serve humanity are built on the basis of individuals’ shared experiences and shared knowledge. Shared knowledge inspires new thinking and new outcomes, ” said Tinashe Mpasiri radio personality at The 1873 FM.

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