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Agbada Projects


Agbada is a four-piece male attire found among the Yoruba of southwestern Nigeria and the Republic of Benin, West Africa. It consists of a large, free-flowing outer robe (awosoke), an undervest (awotele), a pair of long trousers (sokoto), and a hat (fìla).

GMYT Students are exposed to different cultural attires especially the common ones across the Africa Region. Below is an excerpt from the pass projects done by our students less than 3months of engagement.