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International Women's Day

 🧭Happy International Women's Day🥂

It's been a promising year so far so good and most of us have successfully improved in our mishaps ways to better our tomorrow. One of the reasons, we are so successful is due to the prayers, motivation talk and sometimes even cursing of our parents 👪. Pushing us forward into the path laid before us. This is why, we of the kingcadet association thought it wise to appreciate our supporters and others around the world for sparking the way for one, so one can spark for another and another and so forth.

Once again, thank you dearest mothers for letting your sons and daughters venture into these fields of business.

We hope as you life on and across this day, so will we sail and come home once again into your comforting arms.

Happy women day Seafarers



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