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Nkosilathi Emmanuel Moyo - Zimbabwe

Nkosilathi-Emmanuel-MoyoNkosilathi Emmanuel Moyo is a prominent youth activist and human rights defender based in the small mining town of Kwekwe in the Republic of Zimbabwe. It is on record that Moyo joined activism at the age of eleven, a sign that this is an inborn passion. He was born on the 29th of May 1987 in Chinhoyi, Mashonaland West province where he did his primary education before returning to his home province of Midlands where he is currently residing. He did his high school education at St Boniface High School and later on did a number of courses in civil society and human rights short courses. He is looking towards building a career in Development Studies.

Moyo is the co-founder and visionary of the Zimbabwe Organization For The Youth In Politics (Z.O.Y.P) which was formed in 2009 in the small mining town of Kwekwe, Zimbabwe to address the challenge of political expediency affecting the youths who aspire to be in political leadership in Zimbabwe. To date Z.O.Y.P is one of the prominent community based youth organizations in Zimbabwe developing and capacitating young leaders from across political divides and diverse backgrounds. He was shortlisted for the 2013 Outstanding Youth Human Rights Defender for the ZimRights Award. Moyo is also a published author of two bestselling books in Zimbabwe namely ‘Zimbabwe A Revolution Waiting To Happen’ and ‘Robert Mugabe from freedom fighter to the people’s enemy’. Both of his books focus on the past atrocities and gross human rights violations in Zimbabwe and how the young people of Zimbabwe can non violently lobby and advocate for a better Zimbabwe. He can be contacted on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or on his line +263775037579

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