The Cameroons is emerging faster than we thought. This emergence has nothing to do with this failed regime of Paul Biya. The youth and Cameroons people are taking their future into their hands. They are dishing whatever political situation Biya has made them to suffer to start the entrepreneur spirit. This is seen with a series of startups Cameroonians both home and abroad are engaging into. One of these is the start up of Kinnaka TV. In a press statement, the CEO Ms Kiki had this to say: It reads…
” Kinnaka TV hopes to become Cameroon’s foremost online platform with contemporary African content. The platform will aims at celebrating and showcasing thriving African businesses springing up out of virtually nothing, African musicians coming to global acclaim, African fashion to rival those on any runway in the world, African tech entrepreneurs changing their communities one innovation at a time and modern African movies…”
“…An ambitious undertaking to be sure, one that will require a significant investment in content. The Kinnaka TV team have already hit the ground running by toeing the self production route, coming up with a bouquet of shows like The Vibe, Risk Takers, Unplugged, Vox Pop, The Diaspora and Kinnaka Special. Kinnaka TV is also looking at signing syndicate agreements with entities who produce interesting African content as well as content partnerships with young people who have great media concepts and could use the Kinnaka online TV platform to get their stuff out to a larger audience….”
And then concluded….
“..The goal of Kinnaka TV is to bring positive awareness of the good talents and open up a new demographic to target a new direct market with a lot of buying power. Kinnaka TV is going live on July 11, 2016…”
God is still saying something