PROJECT LET GO: Exchange Your Old Cloths For New Ones For Free!

'PROJECT LET GO' is the brainchild of Oluseyi Jude AJANI, a fashion entrepreneur, strategic thinker and change agent. He is a final year student of Electronic and Electrical Engineering Department at Obafemi Awolowo University, he is also the CEO, JANICUTS- OAU, a trailblazing fashion brand. A brand known for making shirts, foot wears, native fabrics and so on. He believes in making the world, most especially his country, Nigeria a better place and letting every person, one at a time, enjoy life. 'Seyi Ajani is of the Obama philosophical school of thought that 'change will not come if we wait for some other persons, or if we wait for some other time.' We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.


MAIDEN EDITION:  For the maiden edition of this project, we call on young people to bring their old clothing (at least 3) and receive one new one for free. When all these old clothing are gathered, organizations that carry out charity work (we are in partnership with these organizations) would get them donated clothes across to the less privileged and those in dire need of these materials.
This event will be staged at the epicenter of the university, the Students' Union Building Car Park of Obafemi  Awolowo University on the 30th of January, 2015. From the maiden edition, we would go on to accept clothes, books and food items. We would also partner with cognate organizations and also collaborate with entrepreneurs. Seminars will also be organized so as to share knowledge on charity works and entrepreneurship.

This epoch-making event is proudly supported and vetoed by the Students' Union,Jo's Indulge, JCI, ANUNSA, Heart 2 Heart, JFK Foundation, OAU Peeps, GossipNation, Neonatar.

For more inquiry and facilitation : 07057305493

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