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NTV’s Kobi Kihara joins prestigious University

Congratulations!!

Doubts

She also disclosed that she always wanted to get into fashion but she was doubtful but she was glad she finally made it.

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“Today was a big day for me I’ve always wanted to get into fashion and I finally decided to do it, despite the fear & doubt... I leaped, I’m so glad I did y’all! I’ll be studying Fashion Business and Shoe Design in one of the best schools in the world  in New York and only God could have made it possible, we give him all the glory. So here I am on my first day, will keep y’all updated on my journey ,” read Kobi Kihara’s post.

Shoe line

“So y'all know I love me some shoes...to an obsessive state. So I've decided to make my passion my profit and get you all looking super fly for less,” Kobi said in an interview.

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