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Register for January Ankara "Accessorised by Lola" training + Start your business now and also get discounts




Accessorised by Lola is a bespoke training in Nigeria using fabric for accessories and traning for January has been announced as follows.
The accessories training is for N10, 000 and its on the 11th of January, 2014.





The bags and purses training is for N20, 000 and its taking place on the 12th, 18th and 19th  of January 2014.







If you want to attend both classes, the fee is discounted at N25, 000 only. Dates remain the same. 

Payments are prepaid and  first 5 people to register get a free gift to start their business. Please note that all you will learn with will be provided at the venue.

See the ensemble:
 3 necklaces
2 hairpieces
1 wedding handfan
1 ring
1 earring
1 brooch
1 bangle

Clutchpurse
Sling bag
Tote bag
Box bag 





LAGOS VENUE:  6, Gbajobi street,off Oritshe street Balogun Busstop Ikeja.
Enquiries and payment details, call 07089893159 now
Email: jchisom@gmail.com



Comments

Anonymous said…
Colourful attire. Good way 2 start d year.

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