120 students graduate from JACCD
120 Students from JACCD Design Institute African formerly Joyce Ababio fashion design have graduated after intensive one year fashion and design course.
The graduation which took place at the premises of the school at North Legon last Saturday saw the students display their beautiful works on the runway telling their love ones and family members who had come to support them what they are capable of designing.
Three students, Dennis Williams, Diallo Binta and Sheena Edem emerged overall best students out of the 120 graduates.
Speaking in an interview with the Anchor, Dennis Williams said he was he happy to be part of the overall three students who took the fashion and design course.
“I have learnt a lot during my one year stay here and I know I am going to do great out there. JACCD is a place I will recommend everyone who had the desire to become a fashion designer to come. The practice and the training here is just too much for anyone to fail. I have benefited a lot and I will soon be one of the great designers in Ghana” he said.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with Joyce Ababio the CEO of JACCD she said 90 percent of the great designers in Ghana and beyond come from her school and she is very confident that this year group will also make her proud.
“You cannot come to JACCD and not do well after an intensive training and practicals. We teach the basics of everything and with the quality teachers we have here we always get the results we need. Apart from fashion offer courses like interior decor, film, Make-up etc and that makes JACCD unique. The students have a fair idea of all the thing we do here and they decide which ones they want to major in” she said