"Hard Work Pays" As the saying goes, every success story has its ups and downs, nothing comes from a silver plate but through relentless, taking chance and determination, everything is achievable.
And from Homa Bay to the World, meet Aulgah Ojijo commonly referred to by her brand name Aulgah Nato who made it big on the International stage in fashion design through designing her late mother's clothes.
Nato, who is the fifth born in a family of five emotionally narrated in one of the local stations, how the loss of her dear mother opened an opportunity for her to discover her passion that could later open doors in her life.
"My mother left us with plenty of clothes when she passed on. I had only one sister, and I had plenty of clothes to resize so that I could fit in them."
"Imagine being nine with a whole closet of clothes that don’t fit you? I did the resizing out of love, and I think that’s how my love for designing grew,” She narrated.
Nato further narrated that as she grew up her love for passion for fashion design also gained momentum and despite a lack of family support who were not into the idea, she managed to redesign her late mother's clothes.
Through regular training and hard work, Nato found a specific taste in fashion and through friends and well-wishers managed to have a breakthrough into the market gaining fame and accolades.
Nato who is now an international award-winning fashion designer has celebrity and famous clients both in Kenya and beyond.
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