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Chic Therapy's eyes are on Adesuwa Aighewi

I came across Adesuwa Aighewi on One Nigerian Boy last week and i immediately scurried off to find out more about her. Adesuwa is a student( Chemistry in progress) at the University of Maryland.The 5"9 model is of Nigerian and Thai/Chinese origin and is signed with Race Model Management,New York. I predict a successful modeling career for out Chanel Iman.

Isnt she fierce?


  1. hey, i love your blog too! thanks for leaving such a sweet comment and it has allowed me to find your blog too. i'll be back often! :) oh, and that model is gorgeous...ah, i think she will be successful, no doubt.

  2. She is really pretty and she is looks amazing in photos... don't that i have seen her in person. I think her face changes with each shot.

  3. you see? we must mix our blood to reach beauty, intelligence and health!

  4. she's gorgeous! i love knowing about new models

  5. Wow its good to see a Nigerian doing good things. She will surely make it. She really pretty too.

  6. What an amazing model! Love your blog! Come visit me at

  7. She is gorgeous, although bordering on too skinny? (I'm not hating, honestly! lol)

  8. Aidesuwa! Fierce. Love your blog.

  9. She is so beautifully talented!

  10. I am a friend of Adesuwa and she is not only a wonderful model but has an outstanding personality! She will def go far


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