Summer Holiday In Abuja

Hello Aunty Eya and WCB'ers,
I was on summer holiday from Uni and I'm planning to spend it with one of my aunts in Abuja (I live in one of the south-south states).


I would like to know if you or any of your readers would know of a good fashion and design school/workshop or any fashion

house young people can go to, to learn how to cut material, sew etc. 

I don't just want to stay in my aunt's house all through, lazing about.
I'll appreciate if you can give me suggestions or/and post for your readers to help out too, thanks.

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  1. Anonymous6/26/2013

    Summer holiday oshi, God help Naija ppl.

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    1. Cyndrella6/26/2013

      Why are u hating, anon.she only want to be productive not want to lazy around her aunts house,afterall oyibo don put clause to visitors in dia land.let her summer in own london jare.

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  2. Anonymous6/26/2013

    Abuja is boring and expensive

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  3. Anonymous6/26/2013

    You can try women's Centre ,opposite CBN headquarters. They also offer different vocational training.

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    1. Anonymous6/26/2013

      Women's centre is a vry gd option.
      Very inexpensive cos its subsidised.
      They ve well qualified teachers my gd friend went there and she's a very gd designer today.

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  4. Hi, contact Ella Bernard Fashion- 07067531473 or 08157561602. They are amazing!

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  5. Stick to Women center at central area. or go on tailor site seeing at Gariki new modern market..

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  6. Anonymous6/26/2013

    Go to charvrid, besyd fcmb bank, first avenue gwarinpa estate, its expensive though, but they are good...

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    1. Anonymous6/26/2013

      Pls forget charvid ooo. Those cut nd join tailors that always cnt get a design u gave them rather they will sew their own cut nd join.

      Babe abeg go to women centre in central area opposite cbn office. They re better nd cheaper too.

      Dnt ever go to charvid except u dnt wnt to learn anything before ur summer break is over. I dnt talk my own.

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    2. Anonymous6/27/2013

      Lol...I'm anonymous 5:23, so charvid is not good and they are dis expensive? Na wao! Just went there 2 make enquiries tho...

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  7. Anonymous6/26/2013

    Abeg u guys shouuld tlk more abt dat women center I need a hand job b4 I go turn usless.abeg whr exactly is it.

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    1. Anonymous6/26/2013

      Women centre is in central area opposite cbn head quarters. Just go there nd make the enquiry ur self. Gd luck

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    2. Anonymous6/26/2013

      “ I need a hand job "

      lolololol

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    3. Anonymous6/27/2013

      Dirty mind. Lol

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  8. Anonymous6/26/2013

    There's a place at zone 4 dansarari plaza called flair, its next to phone office

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    1. Anonymous6/26/2013

      Sorry meant PHCN

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  9. Anonymous6/27/2013

    Wego fashion academy. Just google, women center. Pls don't do charvid mbok

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  10. Anonymous6/27/2013

    Is there anyone in Lagos that is cheap and good? Pls help a jobless sister! Thanks

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  11. chubby T6/27/2013

    Depending on what you want to learn o n how fast u can learn, women center may not be it for 2 reasons 1) they run programes only. For 6month and yrly if they are already in sectioin which I think you may not be admitted. N 2)women center has lost its glory!! If it was in d 90s or early 2000s it was ok now its a shadow of its old self. Consedaring the time u have, I wld advice u go to wuse market or gariki mrkt and look for a shop to attach urself to, those talors make clothes(good) everyday so u don't have to wait for an addmission section. Moreso, u learn a variety cus u have a number of talors in one shop if u are a fast learner. U don't need more dan a month n they open all days of the week including sundays! All depends on u

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