Kinnaka's Blog is a year old today! Oh yes we are just a year old...I would like to say a big Thank You to everyone who has read or is reading Kinnaka's Blog. Your support and viewership made it possible for this blog to be on the 14th on Cameroon's most visited websites classification and won CAMEEA's Best Entertainment Media 2015.
A special thank you to all the 'haters/unbelievers', you have contributed enormously to the growth and success of this blog too, especially with propaganda stories you start. Kinnaka's blog would be less interesting without the diversity. We are a family even if we don't agree on most things or everything. I know I can be very cheeky, naughty and annoying...thank you for putting up with that.
This blog has been a major contributor to my rapid growth and maturity even though I still do not know how to use "have" and "has" properly in a sentence lol. Being out here and doing this has brought a stream of direct and indirect opportunities to my door. So, as long as I am alive and well, there will always be a Kinnaka's Blog.
On this occasion of our one year anniversary, I would like to encourage every young person especially girls out there. Pursue your dreams with everything in you! Push as hard as you can even when people are constantly telling you, you can't do it. As Nelson Mandela said, "It is impossible till it is done". Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change your world.
Remember the "Gola Project" (read Here and Here)? On my birthday in February, I promised to give out $1000 to two young entrepreneurs. The applications I got were very discouraging, one of the applicants sent me a two lines project summary and some were were not qualified to apply (for example the USA-based Cameroonian who applied for the fund to pay her school fees). I am sorry it took me so long to come around to do this...the Kinnaka TV project (which is being launched today) left me with little or no time for anything. Unfortunately due to the nature of the applications we can only sponsor one entrepreneur Javnyuy Joybert. He is the only person who's project checked out when it was verified. He will receive $500 (about 250,000frs) from Kinnaka's blog tomorrow before 12 noon.
Again I thank you KB Readers for giving this short Banso girl a chance. I wish you all the best in all you do. Believe in yourselves and make the world your oyster! I love you all very much and will for ever be humbled by your continuous support.