BOAF Inducts Ms. Mary Ngina Mutula to 10,000 Points of Light
“On behalf of the Banking on Africa’s Future (BOAF), it is my pleasure and honour to welcome Ms. Mary Ngina Mutula to the prestigious 10,000 Points of Light (POL) club, as number (BOAF0436) towards our target of 10,000 names in the BOAF, for her role in youth advocacy, youth leadership and youth governance,” said Stanley Karombo, a member of the BOAF initiative powered by The 1873 FM www.the1873fm.com and The 1873 Network, www.the1873network.org.
Ms. Mary Ngina Mutula is a visionary young democrat with the interest of people abled differently, youth and children at heart. Born and raised in Lower Kaewa/Kaani Ward, Machakos County, Mary has grown to experience how it feels to be from The lower Eastern Region of Kenya, she has learnt about the challenges young people are experiencing in the society and thus her alignment to the youth empowerment call.
Her belief in youth has led to her extensive research on youth led initiatives in Africa, their success and their failure. Speaking on the www.the1873fm.com radio show hosted by Mr.Tinashe Mupasiri on Monday Ms Mary said, “through proper guidance and capacity building, the youth can identify and utilize their safe spaces.” The 1873 FM www.the1873fm.com, is a community radio station based in Johannesburg, South Africa.
She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education in Machakos University in 2018; awaiting graduation. She is currently in Kenya Institute of management (KIM) pursuing a professional certificate in M&E.
She has worked with VSO Kenya in the capacity of a Volunteer Work Force.
“It is my distinct honour and privilege to induct Grant Roest as # BOAF00436 in our project to create a visible and accessible bank of people who can be banked on to secure the future that Africa and its inhabitants deserve,” Mr. Stanley Dube station manager of The 1873 FM www.the1873fm.com and The 1873 Network, www.the1873network.org.