When Fashion-preneur, Mudiaga Enajemo Stormed Abuja

Mudiaga Enajemo

BEVERLY HILLS, November 20, (THEWILL) – The name Mudiaga Enajemo, the powerhouse behind ‘MUDI AFRICA’ is synonymous with fashion. He didn’t just seal the top spot by accident. He sealed it through sheer dint of hard work, resilience, doggedness and patience. He still holds the record as the first Fashion designer in Nigeria to have his billboard erected across Nigeria. He also has a street, ‘Mudi Lane’ named after him in Lagos.

When the Delta state born Fashion icon arrived Lagos in 1990, in search of greener pastures, little did he know that fashion was going to make heads sway for him. It took candid counsel from friends to make him take fashion and styling seriously. Apart from fashion and styling, Mudi loves antiquing. He loves collections of old and vintages materials. Take a trip to his Anthony Village Office, Lagos, an array of vintage collections of automobiles parked in his garage will catch your fancy.

He is a near perfectionist, with eye for quality. Despite having up scale branches littered across African countries like; Kenya, Ghana, Senegal, Ivory Coast etc., He recently took Abuja unawares, attracting heavyweights from major sectors of the society. Mudi Africa Abuja re-launch event, had in attendance legendary actor and media entrepreneur, Mr Richard Mofe Damijo, who supported the brand from the cradle, Honourable Minister of State for Health, Senator Olorunnimbe Mamora, Minister of State for Labour, Barrister Festus Keyamo who also doubles as Mudi’s child hood friend from Ughelli, Delta state.

The Minister for Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola (SAN) was represented by his media spokesperson, Alhaji Hakeem Bello.

Other top dignitaries in attendance at the event include super sports presenter, Mozez Praiz, Osaro Onaiwu, Francis Okumagba, the publisher of Abuja Enquiry, Dan Akpovwa, Azania Omo-Agege, Julius Rone, comedian, Okey Bakassi, Joseph Edgar, Sam Adeyemi and a host of others.