Nigeria’s modern fashion industry is still young and growing, even though the art of stringing beautiful pieces of textile together with a needle and thread to make clothes is as old as the country’s history. Decades ago, Nigeria had a relatively booming textile sector which ultimately positioned the country’s fashion industry as a potentially viable money-spinner. But, like many other promising industries in the developing nation, progress died down with the oil boom and the eventual takeover of the textile sector by the Chinese.
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