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by Adedeji Temitope
(Oyo town, Oyo, Nigeria)
I am Adedeji Temitope from Nigeria. I weave Asooke, a traditional wear commonly used among the Yoruba people. I weave and design them to suit your purpose either as an occasional wear or casual wear.
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