“Nigerians Especially The Igbos Made Me Whom I Am Today”– Ghanaian Fashion Icon Recounts [VIDEO]

Richard Brown, also known as Osebo the Zara Man, a Ghanaian celebrity and fashion icon, has gently acknowledged the enormous assistance he received from several Nigerian friends who have helped him go this far in life.

Ugezu J. Ugezu, a veteran Nollywood actor, took to Instagram to share a photo of Osebo eating Nigerian staple meal while paying tribute to certain Nigerians whose great contributions in life changed his life and made him who he is today.

In his clothes business, Osebo could be seen with Nigerian traditional delicacies (Isi’ewu, pounded yam, and bitter leaf soup) in front of him, claiming that he should be addressed as Chinedu or Agu’iyi.
He stated,

“My name today is Chinedu or Agu’iyi. I am eating this food that my Nigerian brothers taught me in Italy in 1998.
My boss I.K Kelvin, Ozo that we both live in the same apartment, his junior brother named Monday, his other brother called Chinedu, Papa Aka, all these people helped me a lot. My Nigerian brothers, God will bless you all.

Everybody is chanting my name in Ghana; they don’t know it’s you people that opened my eyes. It’s you people that opened my eye in Italy in 1998/1999, you showed me all this beautiful designs. I appreciate all that you people did for me.

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