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BY Neo Mokoma

Keketso Oriel Jonase launched three books today at state library Maseru with the help of Oriel ‘s Mission and Kay Jay Talk Show. The books are self-published and titled Bophelo Keng , Ke Rata Keke Jon and One Blood.

On this event Cultural Entrepreneurship certificates were given to people who attended the workshop he facilitated in June while clothes were given to disadvantaged kids from Paballong Sehlabeng.

Minister of Labour and Employment the Right Honourable Keketso Rants’o congratulated Jonase and encouraged him to keep working hard, adding that youth should learn from one another and support each other. Rants’o told the cultural entrepreneurship workshop graduates to use the skills they got from Jonase and work hard, call for her help when they need her.

On the other hand General Sectary of UNESCO Teboho Tsilane said UNESCO is there to help young talented Basotho and they are going to do everything in their power to make sure Basotho’s talent are recognised.

Keketso Oriel Jonase is from Quthing but currently in Maseru. He is a self-publisher, CEO of Oriels’ Mission and Constitutional Founder.

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