The last batch of students (7) picked on the street (kayaye) by the jewel in the street foundation graduates with flying colors at the GH Media school.
It would be recalled that, thirteen (13) out of the first 20 graduated last year beaming with smiles as their aim of fulfilling their dreams were made possible by the jewel in the street foundation
The Co-Founder of Jewels in the Street Foundation, Mrs. Mavis Leonards, during the graduation has advised head potters (Kayaye) not to look down on themselves.
According to her, their destinies can change in a day for good when they meet their destiny helpers who are willing to take them out from the streets.
She further appealed to the public not to neglect meetings the needs of the head potters, stressing that they can become beneficial to the society.
Mrs. Mavis Leonards gave this advice when seven Head Potters (Kayaye) being the last batch of the 20 girls (13 graduated last year) graduated from the GH Media School in Accra.
The seven Head Potters were fully sponsored by Jewels in the Street Foundation to study courses in Media, Fashion and Cosmetology. The Foundation also took care of their rent, medical care and other important expenses.
One of the seven who graduated emerged the best fashion student in the school.
Speaking to the media in an interview, some of the beneficiary head potters expressed their joy to Peace News.
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