The world fashion exhibition announced that Bakare Mubarak, who is considered one of the greatest models in sub-Saharan Africa, was its ambassador.
Bakare, who has, over time, shown exceptional qualities, placing him in pole position to deserve such a meeting.
The announcement was made in a letter from the Chairman of the Executive Board of Governors, Paco de James, to Mubarak.
It reads: “On behalf of the Executive Board of Governors of the World Fashion Exhibition®️, the International Committee and the Global Partners, I have the honor to welcome you as the Official Goodwill Ambassador of the World Fashion Exhibition ®️, named Global Fashion Ambassador and Grand Regent.
In recognition of your daring effort to use your leadership and talents to improve people’s lives, we would be honored if you would agree to undertake your business at your global level and accept the honorary title of Global Fashion Ambassador, working as the highest level Generalist Goodwill Ambassador, at the next and next Paris 2022 World Fashion Exhibition “Africa is Now”,
From his nomination to the prestigious World Fashion Exhibition, Bakare promised unwavering support and determination to the African cause. He encouraged young Africans across the continent to remain diligent, engaged and responsive on the path to a better Africa.
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