Paul Kihuha was hosted today by Kameme FM between 11am and 12 pm.Paul is commonly known as 'Protisa' after he initiated his own company to build and design new photographic equipments.
Paul started by narrating his brief academic history.The son to Joyce Wambui and the late Joseph Kihuha says that he is the 9th born in his family.He says that he studied for 9 years at the primary level where he studied standard one for two years due to his poor academic performance.Surprisingly, Paul failed to do his KCPE due to his weakness in academics.photo courtesy- Paul Kihuha
However he says the name of his "Protisa" creations is derived from his 9th position in their family."Tisa" is the Kiswahili word for "nine."
However, Paul says that his father had identified a special talent in him to the extent of buying him a hammer and pliers.Paul says that he used to accompany his late father to a garage where he learnt some of skills from his father.However, he saved some money from this work and joined the music industry as a rapper.
Paul won a present during a talent show competition in 2007, one year after his father's death.He started using his skills for carpentry and welding to design camera and photographic equipments.
He says that he created a machine that would ease shooting of videos out of his own thinking.He connected to a famous gospel artist called Solomon Ng'ang'a who tested whether his machine worked.Solomon was amazed by the excellent functionality of the machine in video shooting.
The "Protisa" founder started creating more camera and photographic equipments some of which are used during the national events.He says that he developed movable camera cranes that can be operated remotely.
Paul Kihuha says that he sells the machines abroad to countries such as Sudan, South Africa, Ethiopia and Tanzania.The good hearted man has trained 48 Kenyans his unique skills for free.He says that he could still teach more youths for free to enable more people to appreciate their abilities in themselves.
He says that he has the ability to design unique models of photographic equipments that suits his customers.The amazing gentleman is the first in Kenya to have created unique cranes and cameras used in film recording.This is a clear indication of the brillian minds we have in Kenya.photo courtesy-Kihenjo-left, Muthoni-right
He thanked his wife Lydia and many people who have given him support during his creative work.The radio presenters who hosted him, Muthoni and Kihenjo marvelled at his creativity during the one hour session.Kindly share your views.
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