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GMYT Fashion Academy

4 Dec 2021
Channelled towards shaping women and youths to not only become fashion designers but also entrepreneurs, the GMYT Fashion Academy is set to hold this year’s edition of its awards called the GMYT African Humanitarian Awards (GAHAWARDS) on Friday, December 10, 2021.
5 Jun 2021
Princess Kelechi Oghene is the Managing Director of Gmyt Fashion Academy, leading fashion institution training and creating a new generation of fashion entrepreneurs.
15 Sep 2018
The Nigeria-Britain Association (N-BA), in partnership with GMYT Fashion Academy, recently organised a fashion design programme for young people between the ages of 18 and 30. The association, which has been in existence for 49 years, is a friendship platform that fosters relationship between Nigerians and Britons through fashion, art, sports, education and music. President…
14 Apr 2018
In order to help women achieve their dream of being proper helpmates rather than liabilities, the GMYT Fashion Academy recently inducted 79 students into its school.


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