The name of man who clothed three Nigeria Presidents, Vice president and Chief Moshood Abiola is Otunba Wasiu Jaiyeola Taiwo who is the national president of National Union of Tailors. Otunba Wasiu Jaiyeola clothed Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida, Abdulsalam Abubakar and Olusegun Obasanjo. He also the privilege of sewing cloth for current vice president of Nigeria in person of Yemi Osinbajo.
Otunba Wasiu Jaiyeola is also the fashion designer of Chief Segun Osoba, Ibikunle Amosun and many politicians in Nigeria including top military officers.
Otunba Wasiu Jaiyeola entered limelight through the influence of late Chief MKP Abiola because late Chief Abiola made him his personal tailor.
Otunba Wasiu Jaiyeola who is a native of Ilaro in Ogun state began his journey into the fashion industry with his father at age 12. He then proceeded to learn more at London College of Fashion. For over fifty years now, he has been in the fashion industry. Otunba Wasiu Jaiyeola is a proud owner of one of the best hotels in Ogun state named Continental Suites. He also had a tailoring school named Wessy Tailoring and Vocational Institute where youths are trained in fashion designing.
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