UCHE ADAOBI SEES MODELING AS HER FUTURE

UCHE ADAOBI SEES MODELING AS HER FUTURE

“All I see is walking the runway in Milan, getting published in Vogue
magazine as the trendiest fashion brand model and maybe someday, having my
own modeling academy to nurture other models” – Adaobi

Adaobi Uche / Gemians / Mystreetz Magazine

One of the most interesting parts of my job is when I get to sit for a
conversation with students. They have so many ideas they’re working on by
the side outside the precious time they spend trying to get the best grade
on the course they are in school for. Listening to some of these folks as
they share their thoughts with me and also ask several nagging questions is
amazing. I have learned so much from them than they might have from me. The
passion with which they talk about what they intend achieving is contagious.

What they usually discuss with me are always broad but still within the art
and entertainment industry which is my forte. Some have fantastic ideas and
a sound framework on how to run the entertainment industry from the
show-promoting angle to running a record label or a modeling agency.
Others are prospective journalists while some have the craving and desire
to becoming the next top rated model. That last part is where Uche Adaobi
Blessing falls in. Standing 5ft and 9inches tall, with other statistics
reading Waist – 24, Bust – 34, Hips – 35, all this lady sleeps, eats and
wakes up to is all about her modeling career.

This ND2 student studying Public Administration at Global Polytechnic,
located in the south-south region of Nigeria, is not your average lady that
is into modeling for personal gratification. For her, it’s about making a
serious career of it.

‘All I see is walking the runway in Milan, getting published in Vogue
magazine as the trendiest fashion brand model and maybe someday, having my
own modeling academy to nurture other models.’ – That was the first thing
she said to me about her career as a model.

‘My journey as a model actually has that same pathway of starting up with
an academy. I kicked off my career as a trainee at Gemians Modeling
Academy in Benin, owned by Lois. She tutored other models and I on the
basics of the business. I had a fantastic time with them. After completing
my session, they officially signed me on and they began to manage me.
With Gemians Models, I have walked on a couple of runways, attended several
top rated auditions and also had great times being shot by top
photographers. I know I just started, but the future is bright.’ – Adaobi

Sesan Adeniji

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