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How To Dress Like A CEO - Collins Adeyemi's Fashion Sense

Despite the fact that it is getting harder to keep afloat with running a successful business in Nigeria today, #JCB brings you a personality that spells corporate outlook at its best!

Something to help you forget the hassles of your job and managing people! Right?


His name is Collins Adeyemi, the CEO of CA Diversify, and immediate past PMAN president Abuja branch. Mr Adeyemi is best known as a renowned Master of Ceremony. He is also a multiple Award winner, and an author of a book on Marketing Communication.

Our focus is on his fashion sense tonight as he shows how to be detailed in a style that can easily attract a clientele base.

What do you have to say about his dressing in these 3 pictures?



Special thanks to Nicky of DRESS ME for the pictures

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