Sierra Leonean self-taught engineer and innovator, Kelvin Doe also known as DJ Focus blasted the Government of Sierra Leone led by President Julius Maada Bio for implementing obsolete programs.

Kelvin Doe described the programs the government is implementing across Sierra Leone as a failure to young people.

“Not that anyone asked, but obsolete government programs across Sierra Leone are failing young people.”, Kelvin Doe wrote on his Facebook page.

DJ Focus is known for teaching himself engineering at the age of 12 and building his own radio station in Sierra Leone, where he plays music and broadcasts news under the name “DJ Focus.” He was one of the finalists in GMin’s Innovate Salone idea competition, in which Doe built a generator from scrap metals.

Today, Kelvin Doe is one of the most respected young African inventors. He has had the opportunity of meeting various leaders of the world including former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and Ghanaian President, Nana Akufo-Addo. He has also been able to speak to young people in Africa on different platforms. In 2016, Kelvin Doe became an Honorary Board member of Emergency USA, an organization with a mission to provide free medical and surgical care to the victims of war and poverty.

He now owns and runs his own company K-Doe Tech, Inc, where he designs and sells consumer electronics.

After three years of this government in power and effort in implementing youths’ programs, Kelvin Doe has described them as “obsolete”.