Admire was born second in a family of four children. He has faced various challenges because of the decisions that his parents made when he was young. He grew up in his uncle’s house and was ill-treated and deprived of his rights as a child, yet he still managed to attain his Ordinary and Advanced Levels. Because of the situation and the vision for his life, he made a bold decision to move out of his uncle’s house and look for a room to rent but he could not afford to pay. He ended up sleeping in a garage until the Zimbabwe YMCA under the concept of S2C (From Subject to Citizen) assisted him.
Mike's dream is to be a famous rap artist. “I have seen young people suffering and I am a victim of poor governance. So I have a dream to speak for my people who are living in this same generation with me,” he said with confidence.
He said that S2C is more than a program; rather it is a valid initiative which should be learnt even by elders and he believed that people can be transformed by it. “As someone who wants to speak for the people it is more like a platform to air out grievances and identify cross-cutting issues,” Chiparaushe said.
S2C has worked for Mike and he has dedicated himself to being mindful of those things that can make this world a better place. He believes that he is the Y-Generation and has the solutions to the global challenges. “S2C is a stepping stone in my life as an active citizen and a musician; I now know what it means to be a real citizen taking responsibility,” he concluded, with confidence.