Please don’t commit the classical error of rushing to describe Christopher Nziyonsenga into a business entrepreneur even as talent and capacity are a genius in invention and creativity. Rather, efforts should be deployed in carefully devising ways to further whatever he excels in specifically, instead of trying to turn him into someone else than he actually is. A lot of psychology, foresight, and gentle care are needed.
Improvisation could literary kill the youth. Millions of quick money isn’t the sole objective in life.
Reaction to the article, “Nziyonsenga, the school dropout lighting up homes” (The New Times, November 8)