Romano Whittle

Romano has secured a full time job with a marketing company and uses all the communication skills he learnt through RAGA in his busy merchandising role. When not at work he spends his spare time with his children.

Of his time in RAGA he says “RAGA was a big help with my school studies. The key thing I learnt was responsibility. Thank you for giving me a chance….. (To have been a part of RAGA)……… it was really an honour for me to be there and learn so much!”

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