WAYE FOUNDATION SENDS FORTH HER STUDENT TO REPRESENT NIGERIA IN SOUTH AFRICA

Miss Mildred Aruku is a past student of waye foundation who graduated in 2014 in the Fabric Dye department. She is to represent Nigeria in the international competition on music and arts in South Africa later this month, seeking for the crown as Africa’s number one young entrepreneur in fabric creation and exhibition; she is now set to leave for the competition

Waye Foundation is proud of Mildred’s achievement and to support her on her way to South Africa the Foundation send her forth with the sum of N500,000. Delivering the message to Mildred, the President of Waye Foundation Ms Dorothy Jang congratulate her and encourage her to do her best to bring the crown home. She further encourages her to remain focus and be a good ambassador of the Nation and Waye Foundation.

In response, Miss Mildred thanked the Founder of Waye Foundation Ngo Talatu Jang for the support as well as the opportunity to learn this craft at waye foundation, seeing that what she learnt like a joke is taking her out of the country to represent her nation and the foundation.

She promised to be of good behaviour as she was taught at Waye Foundation and ensure that she will give her best as she hopes to bring back the crown. Go Mildred Go! We will continue to pray for you