There are many dope clothing brands in Eldoret; Nimepoz Nation, Just By Grace, Forever Grateful… This particular one (Myahudi), however, caught my attention. For years, clothes and fashion, in general, have been used not just as a means of covering our bodies and looking stylish. They also act to spread powerful messages, which is exactly what Myahudi is doing.
The Meaning Of Myahudi
Started by Big Afrique’s marketing guru and event planner extraordinaire Nebert, popularly known as Nebo, Myahudi is not strictly a clothing brand. It is also a movement. Speaking to the man behind the line, Nebo tells me the name Myahudi means a go-getter. It is a slang word he started calling his group of friends trying to make something out themselves and actively pursue their dreams and goals.
The Message The Myahudi Clothing Brand Is Trying To Spread
Myahudi is aimed at evoking a spirit of excellence and belief in oneself. Now that is a message I can get behind because I’m all about the relentless pursuit of my dreams. In the words of American philosopher Henry Thoreau, go in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you’ve imagined.
For me, that’s having bylines in big publications like Vogue and getting my net worth up to a couple of billions. For MC Nick, one of the original wayahudis, it owns the biggest entertainment company in Africa & hosting B.E.T, ATG, and who knows, maybe even the Oscars.
For Nebo, being one of the biggest event organizers in the continent and releasing a book on his ventures by 40 would be the highlight of his career. Now, I don’t know what your dreams are, but I hope you are pursuing them.
You have to admit, though, dream-chasing is easier said than done. That is why the Myahudi clothing line was born. To serve as constant motivation. Whenever you wear Myahudi merchandise, it is meant to remind you to step out of your comfort zone, defy all odds, and live up to your greatest potential.
How To Get Fits From The Line
Merch from the line includes high-quality hoodies, V-neck T-shirts, flasks, and notebooks. All are available in different colors, the most popular being black, blue, and white. Tees are going for Ksh 800 and hoodies for Ksh 2000. Notebooks costs Ksh 1200 and flasks Ksh 1500. To get yours, call 0727256805.