INSPIRED BY DIFFERENCE.
“My name is Josh Onodu, Popularly known as Zeegi Shuavy. I am nothing but a Humble Conduit of Brilliance. I’m Unlimited, I always have so much to give, you can’t get enough of me. So Love me and treat me right.”
I am an Entertainer, fashion stylist and illustrator. With my brother Meegi, we are the endearing Shuavy Duo. Behind the wall of Shuavy Duo lies creativity, energy and dexterity. Being born in exurban area where natural vigor and zeal to change the world made my passion to make a difference in my generation indestructible. Therefore am a world changer.
Naturally a career in trendy profession is a glamorous idea. There are indeed certain jobs that are more attractive than others, but whatever you choose to do, you’ll need to work hard to make your dreams come true.
I entertain through afro music, rap and dance. I also have the energies and vigor to create an artistic expression strong enough to hold the attention and interest of my audience, and give pleasure and delight.
02. FASHION STYLIST.
I take a photographer or art director’s vision for a photo shoot or film and bring it to life. This is a very creative role – as a fashion stylists will work with many media organisations, including editorial print, advertising, film and online.
RESULTS DRIVEN CAREER.
To be successful, every single one of us has to learn new skills — not just once, but throughout our careers. Therefore; regardless of the field you’re in, having certain skills can make a difference in your overall success.
THE USER MUST COME FIRST.
Knowing which qualities are most in-demand can be helpful as you carve out your career path. When it comes to learning a new technical skill, it can be difficult to predict what will be most valuable in the labor market.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
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