Aug 09, 2021 Alumni

Alumni of the Week – Kpun Henry Tarimomoemi

“Every skill you acquire doubles your odds of success” – Scott Adams.

Hey guys, Happy new week to you all. Thanks for joining us in this new edition of the Alumni of the week series.

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This week’s feature on the Alumni of the week series goes to the industrious, Kpun Henry Tarimomoemi, an Alumnus of the Academy.

Tari had a flare for fashion especially Footwear. He deemed it fit to learn how to make his favourite. In other not to leave any stone unturned, he signed up for our 6months mastery footwear program.

Want to know how it all went down? Continue below.

Hi Tari, please introduce yourself.

Hello, my name is Kpun Henry Woyingi Tarimomoemi

How did you hear about The Footwear Academy?

I got to know about The Academy on Facebook.

What motivated you to sign up for our 6months Mastery Footwear Program?

Acquiring a skill was a priority for me. Fashion was my interest especially Footwear.

After much search for a better environment to acquire this skill, The Footwear Academy surfaced on Facebook, I took special interest in them and signed up for the training.

Interesting, How would you sum up your training experience at The Footwear Academy.

It was a well spent 6 months shoemaking journey.

I was well groomed in the line of shoemaking. I saw myself making different types of Footwear and I must say it was all worth it.

I not only gained the shoemaking skill but also improved character wise, special thanks to the Staff at the Footwear Academy.

The knowledge I gained generally was all worth my stay.

Why did you Choose to train at The Footwear Academy?

Well I took a special interest in the Footwear Academy when I first visited. Their academic structure, organisational plan, and how things were generally structured attracted me to them.

It was indeed an honor learning from one of the best shoemaking school in Nigeria.

Awesome, so what’s next for you?

My goal is to build a shoe brand and also impact the skill to as much people as will be willing and interested to learn.

Drop your contact information too.

I can be reached with the number 08102426106.

What advice do you have for young people?

My advice to young People is not to get comfortable but rather always hunger to learn new things in their daily living.

What an interesting story from Tari. It was fun having you at The Academy. We wish you success in your future endeavors.


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