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Ankara Accessories in Nigeria: Get Trained, Start your Own Business - Kitua Kollections

Fashion accessories from Nigerian fabrics has come to stay and is known to glam up any attire or house hold item. Now, in Abuja you can be trained to start your own business:



Come learn how to:
- make ankara note pads
- make ankara ipad case, basic
- make hand fans
- make hair accessories
- make ankara bangles, earrings and necklaces.
 - make flat roses


- make stem roses
- make ipad cases
- make ankara bibs
- make slippers
- make sandals
- make pouches, clutches and bag designs.



Learn more about marketing your business online using social media also afterwards by Kitua Trainings. (Bring Your Own Device)

You get course materials and certificate.

Call/SMS/whatsapp: 08098626128 now to register.

Original price is N35, 000, but from this blog, you get to pay N15, 000 only.

Offer lasts till June 10th, 2015.

Hurry: Call 08098626128

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