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AYO ADEYINKA

December 03, 2018

 

What country were you educated in: 

Nigeria

What makes your country special:

It's dynamism

What is your favorite city and why:

London.. it's where the family is

Where is your favorite place to hang out in your city: 

The gallery (Truly!)

What is your favorite restaurant in your city: 

Ikoyi London

What is your favorite gallery in your city : 

Is this a trick question?

Tell us about your favorite African travel destination: 

The ones I haven't been to..

Have any books (plays or films) change: your life:

Nelson Mandela's "Long Walk To Freedom"

Who would you invite to your dream dinner party (dead or alive): 

See last response.

Who is your style icon:

Fela Kuti, one which would I not even dare emulate

What item of clothing do you wear the most:

 

A suit.

Tell us about your most extravagant fashion purchase: 

A tie & pocket square from Drakes, based on price per square inch.

What single thing would improve the quality of your life :

Prayer (More of it).

What are your guilty pleasures: 

Arsenal's season ticket.

What is your favorite smell: 

Waking up.

If you were the (President, Leader, Prime Minister) of your country for the day what would you do :

Abdicate, & better prepared in charge.

Which living person do you most admire:

Too many to single out one.

Where do you see your country in 10 years time : 

Thriving. 

How is technology changing your country :

For the better.

Tell us about your favourite charity, what work do they carry out : 

Save the children. (Self explanatory)

I don’t have a specific charity per se for now... but anything that involves the country’s art sector and education I am 100% behind 

Why does the T I A project appeal to you : 

Its altruistic elements.

The aim of TIA is to start an affordable African clothing company with the quality level of a European brand and to be socially responsible, We will be donating a percentage of our profits to Caritas and UNICEF to provide aid to children with nothing across the continent. We hope that other companies will follow suit and are confident that if many take this approach, poverty will reduce at an increased rate. We aim to grow into a continent wide company and to be able to provide jobs and financial security for a multitude of creatives.

 


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