‘Form Ni Gani’ Creatives Movement Makes a Comeback in Nairobi
The #FormNiGani movement saw the campaign launch in Nairobi’s city center, led by some of Kenya’s creatives in a one of a kind style. Kenya’s first female president, currently six months pregnant, from 2063 arrived in Nairobi city accompanied by a team of 100 female time warriors, distributing the ‘Form Ni Gani’ daily newspaper from the year 2063 to the city residents. The delegation’s entourage and gathering in the city has sparked conversations, and the #FormNiGani challenge; raising awareness on the critical need for future planning and the role of contraception, while tasking all Kenyans to share their plan for the future.
The 2019 #FormNiGani movement has officially launched and will engage Kenyans within their local communities and on social media. Championed by a host of young creatives for change and progress, this will use art expression, local activations, a host of events, exhibitions and social media to share personal stories, as they amplify their voices. In addition, the team is currently conducting think tanks with young, progressive Kenyans to identify potential scenarios Kenya faces, which will inform debates and creative activations later this year.
Part of the #FormNiGani movement is the Form Ni Gani futuristic newspaper from 2063, with a main purpose being engaging Kenyans in a discussion about the future. The newspaper was produced in collaboration with students of University of Nairobi – School of Journalism, and covers topics on Education, family planning, technology, climate change and sports among others, as a glimpse of future Kenya, with reference to today’s planning.