Canada-based Nigerian man reveals why he put pharmacy career on hold for fashion

Canada-based Nigerian man reveals why he put pharmacy career on hold for fashion

- Ckukwunonso Ezekwueche popularly known as Nonso is a great fashion enthusiast and social media influencer who originally is a pharm*cist

- After getting his degree from University of Benin, he migrated to Canada in 2017 where he went deeply into men's fashion

- Nonso said that he is looking towards making men know how to dress well without having to break an arm and a leg for it

Nigerians are known in almost everything they do because of the unique creativity they deplored in their endeavours. Ckukwunonso Ezekwueche, an Anambra indigene, who is a pharm*cist by training, is one of the sought-after fashionistas in Canada.

He graduated from University of Benin where he got his degree in pharm*cy and moved to Canada where he pursuing a career in fashion two years ago in 2017.

In an interview with The Sun, he said he has had the rare opportunity to work with various brands in Canada at both the international and local levels.

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He is also a media content curator who specialises in the collage of pictures and videos to achieve a good artistic portrayal.

His mantra as a fashion practitioner is showing how to dress exceptionally well without having to run into debts, adding that he is looking forward to leaving a mark in the men’s fashion sector.

In speaking about his content creation process, he said his most favourite tools are his editing applications, camera, and personal imagination.

The Nigerian pharm*cist turned fashion enthusiast said that Instagram is a great place where he sources for brands as he goes through top influencer pages.

He mentioned two key things, patience and commitment, as his secrets to getting through tough times, adding when a work is good, it does not go without mention.

In being very visible on Instagram, the young Nigerian man, said he is also a social media influencer with great records.

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