Vol 1. No 11 – Nike Okundaye

Before her name became a global brand associated with traditional African art, she was that six years old girl who lost her mother. As if that was not enough, the following year, at the age of 7, her grandmother passed on too. And her father, a village drummer could not finance her education. She had no other option than to stop her education, after primary school, to leave with her great grandmother in a remote Village. Under the tutelage of her great grandmother, she mastered the art of batik, weaving, textile and embroidery. In this life changing interview, enter the surreal world of Nike Okundaye.



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BusinessIQ online magazine is the fastest growing and largest circulating business magazine in Africa. It interviews and tells the stories of successful business leaders to inspire would-be, budding and established entrepreneurs in Africa. Our long term goal is to inspire 1 billion entrepreneurs in Africa.


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