Kenya: Ababu Namwamba believes change in mindset is key to progress

Cabinet Secretary for Youth Affairs, the Arts and Sports Ababu Namwamba is currently in Korea for a diplomatic visit. He has engaged in a number of meetings with the high level stakeholders of the country

Cabinet Secretary for Youth Affairs, the Arts and Sports Ababu Namwamba is currently in Korea for a diplomatic visit. He has engaged in a number of meetings with the high level stakeholders of the country. CS Namwamba lauded the impact of mindset education in transforming the Korean economy. The country is doing so through instilling key values of discipline and hard work in the people. 

The Cabinet Secretary, believes that the approach is responsible for key transformation of the nation. Currently, the nation is one of the world’s leading economies.

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Namwamba took the opportunity to deliver remarks during several events during his Korea visit. 

These platforms included: 2023 World Ministers Forum and International Youth Fellowship (IYF) Youth Camp. During his remarks, Cabinet Secretary noted that a change in the mindset was key to any desired progress globally.

The CS paid special tribute to IYF and mindset education founder Rev. Ock Soo Park for introducing the transformational model. He also added that its global uptake would massively transform the world for the better. He called on the African nations to adopt this new phenomenon in their education system.

“I’m aware that through the mindset of education, Korea was able to move from a third-rate economy to one of the world’s leading economies. If fully adopted, this new phenomenon can transform our nations for the better,” said CS Ababu Namwamba.

CS Namwamba also assured the IYF leadership that his ministry was ready to walk the journey of mindset change. They want to unleash Kenya’s youthful cohort towards economic development.

“In Africa, we say that if you want to go fast, you walk alone, but if you want to go far, you walk together. I assure you that we will walk together this journey of mindset education to bring positive change to our youth and transform our economy upwards.”

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Over 20,000 youth and ministers across the globe came together for a discourse aimed at unleashing the power of the youth for economic development through mind education.

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