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The Hair Economy; The good, the bad, the Ugly at the African Hair Summit Abuja

There is a lot of conversation around the African kinky hair these days and with my undocumented poll sometime on Facebook, there is a rapidly growing opportunity there also. Is any one here in the business of hair or in the hair industry? We need your opinion.

But everyone is invited to the African Hair Summit is in a few weeks. Register at and plan to attend it on June 17-18 .
Get all the scoop on organic hair product business, why we must stop using harmless chemicals on our hair, strike up business contacts, join the Ankara carpet paparazzi, all in Abuja.

  • This event is an initiative of Photizo Life foundation founded by a young Nigerian,Adanna Enwezor.

Don't be told!


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