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Mudi Africa

Mudi Africa is a fashion empire that stands as a giant stride in the fashion industry with several affiliation and connection that breath unique looks into the customers’ appearance.

Highlighting bespoke tailors in Lagos, Mudi African Empire has been on the limelight in the fashion world with absolute finesse, commanding styles, waxing its elegant designs across the West African coasts and beautifying other parts of the continent and beyond.
Speaking about the leading fashion houses in Nigeria, this brand has represented this industry on and off the scene beautifying and promoting the elegant of donning the ready-to-wear attires with assorted fabric designs to project her clients’ appearance.

The Beginning Of Mudi Africa

Mudi Africa celebrated its 25 years of active service in 2018 with a variety of styles, renaming some of his styles after the former United Nation Secretary General, Koffi Annan who past on within close period to the brand anniversary. This compelled the brand to show its will as an African brand to honour the former UN Secretary General, giving a last right of respect to him not because of the branch of the company situated in Accra Ghana.

Mudi Africa as an Africentric international fashion brand aims at satisfying its clients with bespoke tailoring. horning to timeliness as a watch word. The brand focuses on creativity, styles, fashion taste, and drive for customers satisfaction.
Starting from a humble beginning, Mudi Africa started from a single room at ketu, Ikosi-Ketu; it now has various branches within and outside Nigeria, her Nigeria branches are located across the heart of the country which are: Lagos, Abuja and Port-Harcourt. While other branches are situated in Accra Ghana, Johannesburg South Africa, Nairobi Kenya, and Dakar Senegal (currently closed down).

The Owner of Mudi Fashion

The oxygen behind the glowing brand (Mudi Africa) is Mudiagha Clement Enajemo, who acts in an active capacity as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the brand name was carved out from his name. Mudiagha is from the Southern part of Nigeria, he ventured into fashion as his unwavering passion for fashion and the taste led him to recommending the colours and styles of outfits for his friends and the talent locked faith with his fate which has keep him as a formidable designer in the fashion industry till today.

The CEO of Mudi Africa as a skilled person in artistic work and a lover whose love revolves around arts, always spiced up his fashion designs with several art work to make his sewn attires look exceptionally outstanding to catches fashion lovers’ attention effortlessly.
‘’To be a fashion designer, you must have talent; you must have style, you must have
taste, you must have drive, and you must be creative.’’ Mudiagha explained.
As one of the formidable fashion empires, Mudi Africa like other fashion houses also has a core area of specialisation which basically focuses on young, aged, male, formerly unisex, until the recent year its priorities on men outfits alone.

This brand has a wide clientele base which cut across the Africa continent, among which are Presidents, CEOs, celebrities, models, actors, OAPs etcetera.

Interestingly, Mudi Africa accepts fabrics from clients, this is base on accord between the both parties, as long as the terms and conditions stated are plainly followed. The prices of services depend on the customer’s choice of quality; however, Mudi Africa offers one of the top-notch qualities to its customers.

Correspondently, considering the time of your service delivery, thinking if the brand could meet up, since it’s an international fashion brand, be rest assured that timeliness is part of the names and attributes that Mudi Africa sells to customers. Mudi Africa works 24/7 round the year; meaning its works for 365 days in a year to accentuates the customers look and to come back for more.

Head Office: 1 Mudi Lane, Anthony Village, Maryland, Lagos.
Branches: Fola Osibo Road, Off Admiralty Way, Lekki Phase1, Lagos
Abuja, Port Harcourt

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