Keita Musso Training Institute graduates first batch on hair dressing, make-up

Keita Musso Training Institute graduates first batch on hair dressing, make-up

By Sulayman Waan

Keita Muso Training Institute, a hair dressing skills institute recently graduated six students on hair dressing and advance eye and face make-up during a ceremony held at the School ground in Busumbala, West Coast Region.

 The graduating class, who made up the first batch, was awarded certificates upon completion of the various courses. The event was graced by school authorities, family members and a cross-section of the community. Prizes were also awarded to most disciplined and hardworking students.

Addressing the graduates, Mam Jarra Njie-Keita, proprietress of the Institute thanked family and friends for the abundant support they provided to her and the institute since its beginning.

She said her institute is committed to providing not only skills training to young girls, but also teaching them on how to remain hygienic at all times.

She informed grandaunds that ‘it is never too late to make an impact in life,’ further reminding them that acquiring skills is another way they can succeed and make a difference aside from white collared jobs.

“We continue to show commitment to providing skills training to our fellow young girls. This will lead to the creation of skilled jobs to them to enable them to be self-dependent and to support their families, “she added.

Binta Jammeh, a friend to the CEO said the institution will greatly empower young people to get skills and knowledge.

However, she called on the Gambia Government to empower the young entrepreneur, saying she has the ability to equip more young people with skills and knowledge that can help them to earn decent livings.

She further, prayed that Allah bestow his blessing on her and the institution.

Lamin Jagne, also a participant thanked the CEO of Keita Musso for bringing the important institution to the doorstep of the community.

However, he advised CEO Keita to keep up the momentum, saying she would attain her developmental aspirations in the near future.


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