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Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Damilola Oladeinde opens Deesaviva Empire

It was a dream come true on Friday April 21, 2017 for the beautiful and highly skillful Damilola Oladeinde as she threw open the doors of her business outfit, Deesaviva Empire located at Alakuko area of Lagos.

The charming and enterprising young lady of many parts unlike her peers is of the firm believe that government alone cannot solve the problem of the ever-growing unemployment challenges that is dwarfing the economic growth of the country,  and its effect on the psychic of job seekers most especially fresh graduates.

Bearing this in mind, and heeding the clarion call of the nation to all and sundry to help build a vibrant country where the youths will be gainfully employed, Damilola, as she is fondly called by close friends, saw opportunities where others would have seen challenges, she did the wise thing by turning her hobby cum passion into a creative venture to reduce the number of youths roaming on the street in search of a meaningful means of livelihood.

Damilola Oladeinde, a graduate of Psychology from the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta is miles ahead of her contemporaries when it comes to being focused and having the ‘can do spirit’.  A chance meeting with the radiant young lady will leave no one in doubt that she sure knows her onions.

Having horned her skills and polished the rough edges, Damilola took the bold step to become an entrepreneur by setting up an ultra- modern boutique and salon in the Baale Animashaun, Road, Onado Filling Station, Dalemo, Alakuko area of Lagos.

The hardworking skillful boss of Deesaviva Empire admits she admires and sees a mentor in Tara. Damilola’s willpower is infectious and highly motivating, as young as she is.

Deesaviva Empire caters for the fashion needs of both ladies and men with an array of choice labels in hair, skin and fashion accessories.

The intelligent resourceful ebony skin lady with a warm welcoming smile for all is not done with schooling yet, as she is looking forward to obtaining her PhD degree in Child Psychology with the aim of becoming a lecturer and further spreading her tentacles to reach as many people as possible. When she is making people beautiful, she is busy capturing and creating life long memories for people by way of photography.  Damilola’s talent, skills and aspiration are something to tap into. The faith conscious only child of a dynamic woman is a member of the chorister at one of the parishes of Celestial Church of Christ.

Deesaviva aside stocking high street labels in shoes, bags, perfumes and other skin and hair products  has a training arm to groom interested students be it male or female in the art of make-up. The make-up school which is already in session has a very conducive learning environment just like the unisex salon where courtesy meets service as all her staff has keyed into the vision of the young CEO with the ‘nothing is unachievable spirit.’

On the long run, Damilola who firmly believes in taking a step at a time foresee a future where Deesaviva Empire will become a brand and have its own line of beauty and cosmetic product range and a fashion line for ready to wear couture which includes bridal wear.

Damilola who taps her strength from her loving and supportive mother has a policy that forbids her from turning people down.


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Julie said...

Good luck Damilola 👍👍. I wish you well

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Adieze Onyekachi said...

I wouldn't be surprised if she did this one for free.

Anonymous said...

Who ever wrote the article needs to go back to school, so embarrassing! I'm still laughing

Sweet faced said...

Anon 23.32 , i was thinking same oo... This article does no justice to her business... Straight to the point next time pls note article writer.

Anonymous said...

Why not use professional pictures instead of pictures taken with a phone camera? Also, Mr/Ms writer, who told you she is unlike her peers? There are many young entrepreneurs in Nigeria today so let's not over exaggerate

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