Last week the group, composed of Zanu (PF) youths with high-up political connections, accused BancABC of unfairly bankrolling owners of the upcoming KissFM, and sidelining innovative young people.
Tatenda Maroodza, Secretary General of the organisation, said the major shareholders at KissFM did not represent the struggling youths who should be empowered.
KissFM Project Manager, George Munetsi, and Fibion Gwatidzo, non-executive director for the upcoming radio station, came under fire from the youths during a public enquiry.
Maroodza dismissed reports that his organisation was eying KissFM in the name of empowerment, saying the organisation had no interests in the radio station because they were not journalists.
“Personally I have no interests in KissFM, but our concern as a youth organisation is the continued empowerment of people who are not youths,” said Maroodza.
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