Youth Empowerment Company, MRX Media Limited just rolled out Phase 2 of their ongoing talent recruitment exercise. This phase targets young aspiring presenters who when selected will be in charge of covering various projects for the company which will be aired on MRX’s YouTube channel. All interested persons will be required to submit a 1 minute video of their best work to email@example.com not later than midnight 11th March. Note: Sending anything longer will automatically lead to disqualification.
MRX’s CEO Mwalimu Rachel had this to say about the exercise,” Phase 1 was successful as we received over 200 submissions from aspiring musicians and we are in the process of unveiling our new talent. For Phase 2, we are looking for young people who are talented on screen with special interest on online content creators who want to be trained to become professionals”
This January, the company announced that they were ready to bring on board more talent and had dedicated the first half of the year to the talent recruitment exercise targeting young and aspiring musicians, comedians, presenters, djs, dancers, Emcees and hype men. Starting off this exercise were musicians with the other categories following suit.
MRX Media Limited is a youth movement that focuses on empowerment through financial literacy, talent management and enterprise development. The company has hosted several youth empowerment events that have provided platforms for young people to learn, market their businesses, showcase their talents and connect with professionals. Aside from this, it continues to successfully manage Dabonge Style artists Sailors gang who have managed to amass over 21 million views on their singles Wamlambez, Pekejeng, Queen Bee, Wainame, Jesu ni Mwathani and others.