POWERFUL MANIFESTOR: Miss-K Launches “Kreative Kick” Youth Summit initiative in support of United Nations SDG - "Transforming Education".
In Succession to this, the Kreative Kick Youth Summit was created, all to empower and inspire the youth from all multicultural background, including those from the African continent and it’s diaspora, with aims to celebrate diversity and inclusivity by being a youth-led creative platform, through talks and debates, music and performance, comedy and fashion, showcasing creativity in all its form, as well as promoting the rich cultural contribution the Afro-Caribbean creative professional makes throughout their creative heritage, by highlighting and supporting experts within this field.
On the 10th of August the “Kreative Kick Youth Summit”, was launched in one of London’s newly build Artspace Theatre, which featured an eloquent keynote address by Deputy Mayor of Lambeth, Philip Normal, who also assisted Miss-K in giving the Kreative Kick Award Certificates bestowed into eager hands of the panellists who took part in the summit, honouring and recognizing them for their achievements and dedicat
ion to the creative industry, a task the Deputy Mayor was comfortable undertaking with a smile, being a creative talent himself, having a fashion background and the proud ownership of his own retail store.
Beginning its first year with a Bang, we are happy to report that the successful premiere of the Kreative Kick Youth Summit 2019 event, had a trail of Multiple Award Winners who attended which included a host of pioneering creators from the “Creative & Entertainment industry”.
This included the initiator of Kreative Kick, Afro-Caribbean and Latina Artist, Fashion Top Model, Brand Ambassador, Humanitarian and Entrepreneur Miss-K, as the lead panellist, who was joined by a host of creatives including, Nigerian Celebrity photographer and Chief Photographer to President Olusegun Obasanjo, Daniel Sync, talented British TV & Celebrity Makeup Artist – Lucy Ozzard, regular performer to the Royal British Family, Ghanaian Master Drummer- Abass Dodoo, Nigerian Choreographer to the Stars turned Artist, Ezinne Asinugo, Number 3 digital Tech Geek in the World, Romanian Narcis Radoi, without forgetting “Talking Dolls” Nigerian Film Director Sukie Oduwole, who all used this stage to discussed their journey so far within the entertainment industry and how they have used their own personal creative gifts and determination to win and create success for themselves, all to empower and educate the attendees.
The end of the panel session kicked off the night with a performance from ZennyX who sang lyrics from her new song titled:”Wosa”, the first artist to set the Kreative Kick stage on fire, to entertain the yearning crowd, which led the excited ones to sing along from the top of their voices.
The crowd won prizes after prizes provided by major industry players such as tickets to the “UK Nollywood Festival” were donated by the festival’s President- Nigerian British Based Film Director Malcolm Benson, numerous luxurious T-shirts and Bags were also donated by haute couture apparel from renowned French Fashion Designer Rosemari Avenard, furthermore the giveaway also included candlelight Dinner, vouchers generously gifted by the elegant and happening spot, Nigerian London based Restaurant “Empire Lounge“, without forgetting a pair of signed and donated by Multiple Award Winner Nigerian sportsman, Kickboxing fighter- Ekundayo.