Genevieve Nnaji Launches Clothing Line

Award winning actress launched her clothing line today in Lagos.

Genevieve Nnaji launched her clothing line today 5th October, 2014 at the Social Place, Victoria Island, Lagos.

Stepahnie Okereke-Linus and her husband, Mai Atafo, Betty Irabo, Veronica Ebie Odeka, Vanessa Amadi, Bolanle Olukanni, Oluchi Onweagba, Folake Coker and Others were all present at the launch. In her opening speech, the actress told us she started sketching at the age of 7 so this is not just a business affair its a passion, she also thanked Jumia.com.ng for exclusively selling her clothes to customers.

In case you missed the launch, don't be sad, you can check out Jumia.com.ng from 8/10/14 to order yours.

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