Nigeria: Ruff 'N' Tumble Celebrates Mothers Across Nigeria

21 March 2019

Ruff 'n' Tumble, a premium Nigerian children clothing line, is bent on celebrating mothers throughout March with its Iyaniwura collection made from Ankara fabrics across her 17 outlets.

The clothing line is deliberately giving away customised gift items for every purchase of its Iyaniwura collection dedicated to mothers this month of celebrating mothers and motherhood.

To spice up, Ruff n Tumble's concept of Twinning with my mom; Mini me and Slaying with my mom, is available for both boys, girls and moms with the Iyaniwura collection dedicated to celebrate mother's day.

For Adenike Ogunlesi, the role of a mother cannot be over-emphasised, she is a protector, a home maker, in many ways a provider, care-giver, a lover, a leader, a supporter, an inspiration, a challenger, a role model, and a whole lot. Everything in the world revolves around a mother on a daily basis, hence the dedication of a special collection for mothers.

In the words of Mrs. Ogunlesi, "Mothers are not celebrated enough" therefore the reason for this dedication of a collection for mothers, across the Ruff n Tumble stores nationwide. The trendy collection is available in two enchanting variants and styles.

Mothers can rock the styles with their kids alongside full accessories to match.

Today, Ruff n Tumble has 17 stores across five cities in the country since its existence in 1998, where mothers will be celebrated this month in a quintessential style in Kano, Ibadan, Port-Harcourt, Abuja and Lagos among others.

Proudly, Ruff 'n' Tumble, which manufactures children clothing, has employed over 250 people, and has added contract manufacturing to its portfolio of offerings.

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