Thanks to the miracle working social media, the dapper screen washer, Abdulahi Olatoyan, has finally met his helper, Uche Nnaji the founder & creative director of OUCH Fashion & Lifestyle brand.
Abdulahi Olatoyan meets Uche Nnaji aka Style Doctor
The windscreen washer, Abdulahi Olatoyan, who wears suit to ply his trade and has already made major news headlines nationally and internationally, has finally met the Style Doctor, Uche Nnaji who is Founder & Creative Director of OUCH Fashion & Lifestyle brand, who requested to meet him after seeing his viral photos online and promised to train him for free as a Style Doctor.
Abdulahi was spotted by a celebrity photographer, Sync Media who termed him as ‘the first suited windscreen cleaner in Nigeria’, sent the photos to various media platforms (including www.Tori.ng) which made it go viral online and social media.
The recent internet sensation, Abudulahi whose story has been described by Yahoo! News As ‘Social Media’s Latest Success Story’, finally met with his new mentor at one of the Style Doctor’s OUCHlets in Lekki, Lagos on Wednesday.
It may just be that fortune is finally smiling on Abdulahi as Fashion Institute of Technology, New York-trained image consultant, Uche who is also known for dressing President Muhammadu Buhari, has decided to take him on as a pioneering student of his Style Institute. He will see to it that Abdulahi learns more about fashion, style and the art of dressing well.
After a brief meeting, it was straight to business as the Style Doctor gave Abudulahi his first taste of what is to come. Uche reiterated, “I simply want to teach him how to fish by eventually acquiring sartorial skills and knowledge just like me.”
Abdulai, a former Unilorin dropout is preparing to return to University to complete his lifelong ambition of becoming a degree holder and hopefully start a new business.
L-R: Sync Media, the Dapper windscreen washer and Outch boss, Uche Nnaji
Abdulahi’s story has touched the hearts and minds of millions of people around the world and many have come forward to be of support to the mission of getting the former windscreen cleaner back to academic study.
Photo Credits: Daniel Sync