Winners of this year’s Toyota dream car art contest announced

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Winners of this year’s Toyota dream car art contest announced
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CFAO Motors has announced winners of this year’s Toyota Dream Car Art Contest, which is a global initiative that rewards children’s creativity and their ability to envision the future of mobility through the power of art.

This year’s contest saw six year old Maxwell Arinaitwe from Crest Junior School  become the overall winner in  category of seven years and below  for his fun cleaning and helping car art piece, while Jelani Mustafa from Kabojja International School was the first runners up with his my dream and future dream piece while Isaac Ewoku from Naguru Infant Primary School was the second runners up.

In the category of 8- 11 years, Claire Tendo Namiiro emerged the winner, while Jason Emaru from Golden Balls Primary School Mbarara and Manzi Asiphiwe Rwabose from King’s Christian Academy were the first and second runners up respectively.

In the category of 12 -15 years, Nicole Naluwanga from Taibah International School, Mahad Abeneitwe from Kibui Secondary Schol and Arshia Gupta from 7 Hills International School emerged the winner, first runners up and second runners up respectively.

The winners in each category won school fees for one term worth shs2 million and other prizes .

A five year old winner.

They also won paint and Kinds Uganda session worth shs55000 each.

Thomas Pelletier, the Managing Director of CFAO Motors Uganda hailed parents, guardians and teachers for encouraging children participate in the competition.

“This contest in not only about drawing cars but also nurturing creativity and encouraging children to dream big

He underscored the role of encouraging children to dream and participate in the contest in igniting imaginations and showcasing the limitless potential of young minds.

Pelletier said CFAO Uganda is going to support the Ugandan winners to participate in the global contest.

“We are going to be your best supporters as you compere in global contest.”

Started  in 2004, the Toyota Dream Car Art Contest has become a cherished platform for nurturing the next generation of innovators, thinkers, and dreamers.

With over 8 million participants from 140 countries and regions, the contest has sparked countless imaginations and showcased the boundless potential of young minds.

The contest is comprised of the national contest held in each participating country and the world contest where winners from each participating country come together to get one winner.

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