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Nne is "mother" in both Igbo an Efik. I'm a first time Mum and Motherhood literally changed my life (because I am now someone's mum. It still seems surreal until she wails for me at 1am. Then it gets quite real).


As a mum, there is nothing I wouldn't do for my daugther. Nothing at all. When I think of Nigeria, I think of a mother sustaining us with the depths of her resources. Her oil, her soil, her soul. Nigeria has given so much to all of us and just like a child grows up and gives back to her mother, we must do the same.


It is time to unite and take back our motherland from the ravages of greed and corruption. It is time to come together with one voice and create a new Nigeria. We raised our voices at Lekki and we did not stop until we made a change happen. There is nothing that we cannot do if we come together. Our motherland is crying for us and we must wipe her tears and restore her dignity. Let's raise our fists to A New Nigeria


Note: Majority of the profit will go towards supporting the #Obidient movement for a new Nigeriai


Expected to ship by the 1st of December
  • Store each item of jewellery separately in a storage box or bag to avoid scratches.

    Avoid exposing your jewellery to perfumes, creams, oils and household chemicals.

    Wear your jewellery after you have sprayed your perfume on your body

    Keep chains fastened and lay them flat to prevent tangle.

    Remove all jewellery before showering or swimming

    Clean your jewellery regularly using warm soap and water and the jewellery cloth provided with your purchase.

    Do not use the jewellery cloth on pl

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