Teen pursues rewarding pencil drawing passion

Some of Tamado’s drawings
Some of Tamado’s drawings

FRANCISTOWN: An 18-year-old Tutume creative, Bofelo Tamado has encouraged the youth to stop depending on their parents to put food on the table or on the government to create employment for them. The talented teenager urged other youth to use their abilities and creativity to generate income for themselves.

According to Tamado, using one's artistry is very rewarding in terms of profitability than idling on the streets without any source of income. He told Arts and Culture that ever since he started using his pencil drawing for commercial portraits, he has managed to save income for his tertiary journey.

The young artist obtained 43 points in the Form 5 results released early this year and was looking forward to being admitted to University of Botswana to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree.

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