Kennedy Letlhogela is a proud Afrolutionist in the realms of human rights activism and diplomacy.
Starting off as a TV presenter for a national children’s television show in Botswana, he used this as a back drop to kick off his initial studies in Television and Film Production. However, he birthed a passion of global politics and refreshed his career through shifting his studies in International Relations at the Loberchevsky State University of Nizhni Novgorod, Russia, speacializing in national security and defense.
Kennedy is a renounced though leader in the academic space, and sits on several boards in Russia including the Student Representative Council of his institution as well as a Member of Council for Academic Issues. Kennedy is also the head of communications at the African Students Council, a Chief Organizer of the United Nations Modell Russia (ICJ Council) and is the founder of the English Debate team for his university.
Kennedy is well versed in the world of linguistics, and speaks his native tongue, Setswana as well as English, Russian and French. He recently interned as a Political Risk Analyst for Red24, the world’s leading Crisis Management Firm in Cape Town. As an Afrolutionist – Kennedy steers his writing in the interest of African Security in the evolution of terrorism trend.
He bears one predominant goal in his career, to be the future President of Botswana.