Nana Kobina: Meet the Ghanaian CEO of shoe-making company Kobideen Footwear (Photos)

Nana Kobina: Meet the Ghanaian CEO of shoe-making company Kobideen Footwear (Photos)

- Nana Kobina is the CEO of Kobideen Footwear

- Kobideen Footwear is a Ghana-based shoe-making company that produces bespoke shoes, boots, stylish sandals, and slippers

- throws the spotlight on the young entrepreneur and his thriving business

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In-demand Ghanaian creative and designer, Nana Kobina is the CEO of Kobideen Footwear, a shoe company that produces bespoke shoes.

From quality fashionable shoes and boots to stylish sandals and slippers, the Ghana-based fashion shoe company is delivering its quality designer wear across the world.

Without telling, Kobina has defied so many odds and has become one of the top-notch shoe-making brand houses in Ghana.

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Nana Kobina: Meet the Ghanaian CEO of shoe-making company Kobideen Footwear (Photos)
Nana Kobina is the CEO of shoe-making company, Kobideen Footwear. Photo credit: Kobina/
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Recently, Kobina is gaining attention after stunning snaps of his designer shoes emerged on social media.

In some of the frames, the young entrepreneur is seen at his workshop going about his usual hustle. Other frames feature some of his stunning all-ready designed shoes.

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Meanwhile, recently reported about Eric Jones, better known as Doctor Dapper, who has defeated enormous draw-backs in life to attain his current status as a revered branding expert.

After he graduated from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville in December of 2016, he moved to Hollywood in the United States to begin grinding amid the hustle and tussle of becoming one of the country's prominent branding experts.

He founded LFLS Shoes, a designer dress shoe company he launched with the help of his late mother, Gloria Robinson. Dapper also recently launched The Outlet LA and Doctor Dapper Business Growth Academy.

In other news, age, they say is just a number, and Elizabeth-Irene Baitie, a Ghanaian woman who just turned 50 years old has just affirmed the truism in this narrative.

Without stereotyping women or persons who look older than their age, Baitie has been hailed as a quintessential example of a person who has defied time to maintain her youthful hue.

Elizabeth-Irene Baitie just marked her 50th birthday in August 2020 and she has taken to social media to celebrate her new age with lovely snaps of herself.

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