“As a well-liked and known member of our community she drives a tiny revolution toward changing beliefs about limitations and calls for youth to look within to prosper and thrive. She not only talks the talk but walks it fearlessly and when she feels inhibited, Wasfeeya is unafraid to seek assistance.
Wasfeeya has a history of being able to thrive in an array of settings and with diverse groups. From her childhood upbringing in Malawi, to an all-girls Cape Town high school, moving on to a Higher Islamic learning Institute and later featuring on television and radio shows.” – Haafithah Zanira Abdullah, SACAP Councellor
“Wasfeeya completed one year of Arabic and Quranic studies at the institution where I serve as principal. During the year, she displayed a keen interest and yearning to learn more about the Quran and Islam and she was a true inspiration and encouragement to her peers and teachers alike.” – Haafithah Radia Bawa, Darun-Na’im li-Zuhur Principal
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