I WANT TO OPEN AN INSTITUTE TO UPLIFT YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS SAYS ANERLISA MUNGAI
Anerlisa Mungai, the daughter of Keroche Industries boss, Tabitha Karanja, took to Instagram and announced that when she retires; she would like to open an institute that will uplift young entrepreneurs.
Ms Mungai a young entrepreneur and the owner of luxury water brand Nero, said,
“This is the reason why after retiring I would like to open an institute that will uplift young entrepreneurs to be what they want to become. Unfortunately most of the youth have so much to offer but always fall short because of no support.
A couple of weeks ago I came across this amazing lady’s message that really caught me. What really amazed me was the fact that she went through so much in her life but still did not want to give up. She still remained hopeful of pursuing her design work.”
Adding, “Fast forward to today I reached out and helped her realise her dream. All she ever wanted was to make me an outfit and to be honest after reading her story, I was sold. This week she delivered two dresses and I am so happy to have given her a chance. The dresses are great and I look forward to more ankara dresses from her.
Thank you Michelle for your kindness and I believe your business is destined for greatness. It’s amazing how much we have shared together remembering how scared you were even taking my measurements. I wish you all the best. Ps. The catwalk is for you Michelle. You should be very proud of yourself and never doubt that you can be whatever you want to be.”Views: 1813