According to the past student of the Joyce Ababio School, before she lost her mother she was a science student at the Radford University about four years ago but has no regret of choosing fashion over science.
“I do not regret dropping out of school and dropping my science course for fashion, I will say, this is the best decision I have ever taken in my life and I am proud of myself and I know my mom will be proud of me. I know I am on the right track,” she said.
I enrolled at Joyce Ababio for a year and I learnt a lot. Now I am hands on though I have in-house tailors working for me.
While in high school I studied Visual Arts and did more of sketching. In 2010, I went to Joyce Ababio College of Creative Design to actually perfect myself in the fashion industry. I did that and after I graduated, I worked with her for a year. Then I started my own thing – B’VENAJ Designs.
Twenty-year-old Ms Katura Dramani is also living her dream as a top-notch fashion designer in Tamale. After joining the YUWP training in February, 2014, she proved her worth as a hardworking person and focused on her training, built her confidence and got the opportunity to be trained in fashion designing by the Joyce Ababio Fashion Institute in Accra. The training, which she said was an eye-opener for her and other 13 young ladies, was fully sponsored by Vlisco Group Designs, producers and distributors of fashion fabrics.