– A young Nigerian woman identified as Jumoke Dada renames African culture and identity through design and furniture
– Jumoke, who is the CEO of Taeillo, is a role model for women aspiring to greatness
– She started her business without capital and she brought the brand to an enviable height
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A Nigerian woman identified as Jumoke Dada is a role model for many women aspiring to greatness.
She is the founder and CEO of Taeillo, a start-up that produces street furniture from African-inspired pieces.
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Jumoke said she started her business with zero capital, a computer and her idea, Business day reports.
In his words:
“What I wanted was to create a great room because I realized that many of our traditional arts and crafts have evolved over time to include practical and decorative items and that human expressions find their way to through various art forms. “
The woman, who created her company in 2016, is redefining African culture and identity through design and furniture.
She said the payment from her first contract was used to purchase materials needed for the first piece of furniture she made.
According to Jumoke, his company sources all of the raw materials used in production locally.
In other news, a young woman has become an inspiration to social media users after photos of her were made public.
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The lady who has yet to be identified in the emerging photos was sporting a smile as she got down to work at what is a tire recycling company.
Sharing photos of the hardworking lady on Instagram, African Heroes Magazine described her as an incredible talent.
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