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Behind the Nigerian fashion industry – Kelechi Amadi-Obi

By Guardian Life
23 October 2018   |   5:00 pm
Kelechi Amadi-Obi, born December 29, 1964, is a Nigerian creative photographer, painter, artist and the publisher of Mania Magazine

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