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- Nigerian Traditional Cloth, Aso Oke -
I'm from Ghana
I started making Aso Oke in Ghana because it's my work
I learned it from Ghana
We have different, different types of Aso Oke
Nigerians make Aso Oke but their Aso Oke is different from our own - they cannot do stranted
We sell Aso Oke - I've been selling for the past five years. Business is nice.
So many people buy - from the north west and south Nigeria.
Anybody wears Aso Oke - it's not for any particular person. Ibo, Yoruba, Hausa...
The most popular use of Aso Oke now is for Aso Ebi, introduction, wedding, anything...
We have the whole set - for the Agbada, cap, head tie, waist and bubba
This is supposed to go for around 3000 Naira but it depends - she has not given me her final price yet
I want to use if for a wedding
It's beautiful. It shows that Nigeria, Yoruba culture has a rich value, it adds value to our culture - very rich.
It brings out the beauty in us no matter the event. That's why at traditional marriage - the bride and groom - it makes them stand out! Unique...
The very traditional ones are very rich and very expensive!
This is supposed to be for Gele and to cross over