Fast rising star, ifedioku, has again sparked lots of reactions on Instagram after sharing new photos of herself in an "Isi Agu" outfit. No doubt, the young beautiful lady loves flaunting her natural beauty and this new post of hers has proved it yet again.
Just recently, the Abia queen posted photos of herself wearing an "Isi Agu" outfit known to be worn by the Igbo tribe. Captioning the pictures she shared she said; "Afa Igbo efuna", Which simply means, "may the Igbo culture and tradition not go into extinction".
As usual, fans couldn't hold on to their thoughts as they quickly rushed to their comment box to shower her with beautiful words.
Below are the photos she posted that got both men and women talking on Instagram;
See reactions that followed;
Am_jisco:-"Igbo amaka nwanne"
Justrichiee:- "Igbo queen"
Madonna:- "An African Queen"
Emmycmusic:- Drip Queen
isn't she the most beautiful Igbo girl in Nigeria?
what can you say about her attire?
Isn't she looking gorgeous in it?
kindly drop your comments below and ensure you share this article, thanks and God bless.
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