Watch what’s live now on KBC Channel 1 and our other TV Stations. Never miss new episodes from your favorite shows, reruns and movies. Stream online for free today. Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha has urged stakeholders in the entertainment sector to support the young and budding talents in schools and colleges to help them realize gainful income from it. While speaking during the official opening of the 94th edition of the Kenya National Music Festival in Kisumu County, Prof Magoha said the creative industry is the next frontier of economic growth through the creation of employment opportunities for the youth. “If well harnessed, talent will be the next big source of job creation. I wish to challenge all the industry players and partners to start the process of commercializing our talents,” he said. Prof Magoha noted that other than learners studying for examinations, young people needed more platforms and the opportunity to showcase their talents through competitive contests. “Going forward, the National Music Festivals should not be a routine. We should endeavour to identify the top grade performance and support them to nurture their talents,” Prof Magoha said.