Dusu Mansaray, a young Sierra Leonean entrepreneur, shared her recent experiences on her Facebook page. Despite the temporary closure of her store, Ankara By Dex, Dusu had a blessed weekend. She proudly announced that she had graduated from the Madam Wokie and Orange Foundation skill training program. “On Saturday I graduated from the Madam Wokie and Orange foundation skill training program, by now you all know that as long as it for growth am in. “ she said
Dusu, who recently graduated from Fourah Bay College with a BSc Hons in Mining Engineering, “Just few weeks after I graduated from Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone with a BSC Hons in Mining Engineering” she added
Dusu saw an opportunity to learn more about African print fashion designing and grabbed it. She became a self-trained Gara tie-dyer and was grateful for the teachings and advice given by Mary-ann Kai Kai and the entire team.
Dusu ended her post by thanking the team and announcing that she would soon launch her first collection.
“I am a self-trained African print fashion designer and learning about our fabrics is important for me.
I would to thank Mary-ann Kai Kai and the entire team for all the teachings and advices. Just as I said while giving my speech during the ceremony we would make you proud, your efforts will not be in vain. “
Dusu’s dedication to learning and growth is an inspiration to many young people in Sierra Leone. Despite facing challenges with her store, she remains focused on her goals and continues to pursue her passion for fashion designing. Her success story is a reminder that with determination and hard work, anything is possible.