Momina Mustehsan talks to the youth internship programme at ISPR office

The Coke Studio sensation mentioned it as a honor to be able to speak to the youth about things that mattered most.
Updated 07 Aug, 2017 05:50pm

Momina Mustehsan, a name that rose to fame after her Coke Studio debut alongside Rahat Fateh Ali Khan. The young singer soon became the face of the Pakistani youth and now represents the younger generation of the country dedicating her stardom for humanitarian and social causes.

Momina has now become a household name and it comes as no surprise that the starlet was invited at the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) office as one of the guest speakers during their internship programme for the youth.

ISPR DG Major General Asif Ghafoor mentioned Momina as a daughterly person and added how the youth was the future of the country and it needed to be nourished just right.

Momina also mentioned that it was a pleasure for her speaking to and interacting with the youth interning at the ISPR on topics of education, importance of empowering women and fighting cyber bullying. The starlet also talked about the youth and its need to realize their social responsibilities towards one-another, the minorities, and Pakistan for a prosperous nation.

On the work front, the Afreen starlet will now be seen showing off her singing skills in the upcoming season of Coke Studio with two tracks, one alongside debutant, Danyal Zafar.