|Posted by NSM on November 1, 2015 at 2:00 PM|
The ‘Freedom Entertainment’ founder has opened the ‘Youth Entertainment & Empowerment’ foundation along with Mbuso Mbatha to help give back to the community by inspiring and empowering the young nation to relay on their potential and believe in their abilities for the benefit of many and to assist in keeping them off the streets and from those knock down environments, which most teenagers have a propensity to believe in, that leads them to destructive obligations such as crime, drugs & alcohol abuse and teenage pregnancy. Nkululeko’s foundation has hosted more than 3 talent shows where youth gather and perform on different categories. “I just thought to myself, what if i come up with something unique that will bring positive change in my community” Nkululeko says, “nowadays nothing is for free, but I am doing this for free, in my own spare time." he added.
Nkululeko also known as DJ Nkulzin did a Leadership training at World Changers Academy, one of the best Leadership training schools in Africa, he is also persuing his National Diploma in Office Technology at the Mangosuthu University of Technology whi he is expected to graduate in 2016.
His Twitter biography describes him as DJ Fresh and Kaizer Chiefs's number 1 fan, not only he wrote this for attention but the young DJ is a true fan of DJ Fresh and both official accounts follow him on twitter. The versatile DJ also wrote "You Never Influence The World Tryin To Be Like It. Shit I Used To Trip On, I Walk Over Now." on his twitter bio.
The 22 yr old Nkululeko has always been keen to help in his community, he says being an Engineer has always been his passion and he loves Electrical Engineering since he has been helping fix and repair broken home electrical appliances, his neighbours also never took their brioken appliances without him looking at them first, genius huh? Not only Electrical Engineering has been his passion, but he also have a massive love for computers.
A photo posted by Good Music Circle (@djnkulzin) on Oct 26, 2015 at 1:15am PDT