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Guardian Kids Entrepreneurs Episode 3: Demilade Oyegun

By Guardian Exclusive
14 January 2018   |   5:30 am
Demilade Oyegun is this week's Guardian Kids Entrepreneurs. She disclosed what Jola's craft is all about, her inspiration, challenges and future plans.

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