Meet Bakare Mubarak Who Is Nigeria's Tallest Model
By Truths | self meida writer
Published 9 months ago - 0 views
Bakare Mubarak is regarded as the tallest model in Nigeria. In the last years, he has been interviewed after been discovered to be the tallest model in the country. Bakare has a height of 6ft 9in, which is not an average height for a person, in some places they did call him a long man. In his words, in 2016 practitioners and modeling scouts pronounced him the tallest model in Nigeria. If not for the tallest man that was seen years ago, Bakare could have been among the people hunting for the top spot in Nigeria's tallest man.
One may think that being that tall will sail him through most things, but it is not that easy. Bakare faced difficulties in the modeling industry due to his height. With that height designs given to him by any organization, he works for can only be for him, because it will definitely be a hard task to find someone that tall to fit in the same design. Bakare didn't give up hope on working out his dreams, as an ambitious man, he is willing to create his own path.
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