Taofick Okoya - Queens of Africa Dolls

The ‘Queens of Africa’ characters are designed to represent progressive qualities such as endurance, peace and love, while developing literary potential in children as well as enhancing their career development for the future. The project is dedicated to help empower children of Nigerian/African descent to be confident & promotes Nigerian/African heritage. Info from www.buzznigeria.com
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About Us / Meet the Dolls - Queens of Africa Dolls

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The Queens of Africa Dolls

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Made-In-Nigeria Doll Outselling Barbie

Taofick Okoya is a Nigerian whose black doll line sells more than white dolls in the market. He revealed what prompted the creation of the doll

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Taofick Okoya is a Nigerian whose black doll line sells more than white dolls in the market. He revealed what prompted the creation of the doll

Queens Of Africa-Black Nigerian

Taofick Okoya creates Nigerian dolls "Queens of Africa" for his daughter, niece and all girls and it now outsells BARBIE but USA's Mattel will not sell it.

Made-In-Nigeria Doll Outselling Barbie

Taofick Okoya is a Nigerian whose black doll line sells more than white dolls in the market. He revealed what prompted the creation of the doll

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In Nigeria, 'Queens of Africa' Dolls Outsell Barbie (technically Mattel only operates in America)

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In Nigeria, 'Queens of Africa' Dolls Outsell Barbie (technically Mattel only operates in America)

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