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Hyper-realism artist and medical doctor, Fola David reveals how he juggles his skills

By Guardian Exclusive
27 November 2019   |   5:31 pm
Gbadamosi Adefemi also known as Fola David is a Nigerian hyper-realism artist and medical doctor who came to prominence after drawing the image of Jesus Christ upside down within Five minutes. GuardianTV spoke with the Doctor cum artist as he reveals how he juggles his skills.

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