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Unoaku Anyadike

Nigerian model

Unoaku Anyadike is ...


Born 16 September 1994 in Nigeria
Age 28 years, 9 months

Sex or gender female
Country of citizenship Nigeria
Occupation model and beauty pageant contestant
Twitter username Unoakuuu
Educated at University of Ibadan

About Unoaku Anyadike

Unoaku Anyadike: The Nigerian Model Taking the Fashion World by Storm

Unoaku Anyadike was born on September 16, 1994, in Lagos, Nigeria. Growing up, she always had a passion for fashion and dreamed of becoming a model. Her dreams became a reality when she won the Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria pageant in 2015, which opened doors for her in the fashion industry.

Since then, Anyadike has become a force to be reckoned with in the modeling world. She has walked the runway for top designers such as Lanre Da Silva, Mai Atafo, and Tiffany Amber, and has graced the pages of magazines like Vogue and Elle.

But Anyadike's success hasn't come without its challenges. As a dark-skinned model in a predominantly light-skinned industry, she has had to fight against colorism and discrimination. However, she has used her platform to advocate for diversity and inclusivity in the fashion industry.

Off the runway, Anyadike is also a philanthropist, using her platform to raise awareness for causes such as sickle cell anemia and education for girls in Nigeria.

With her stunning looks, fierce determination, and commitment to making a difference, Unoaku Anyadike is a rising star in the fashion world and a role model for young girls everywhere.


- "Unoaku Anyadike: The Nigerian model who is breaking down barriers." CNN, 20 Sept. 2019,

- "Unoaku Anyadike: The Nigerian model making waves in the fashion industry." Face2Face Africa, 26 Sept. 2019,

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