Privacy Policy

We are The Africa Fashion Law Services (“we”, “us”, “our”), and  we are committed to protecting your privacy.  The Africa Fashion Law Services operates, This Privacy Policy sets out the information that we collect, the reasons for which we collect the information, and how we can use and share the information.

By using our website and our services, you acknowledge and accept that your personal information will be processed in The Federal Republic of Nigeria.

The Africa Fashion Law is committed to securing your data and keeping it confidential. 



We collect and process various types of personal information when you interact with our Website. The types of information we may collect includes, but are not limited to:

1.1 Information you give us

1.2 you may give us information about yourself if you complete any online forms (such as registration forms, or surveys), opt in to receive our newsletters and special offers, or correspond with us (by email, telephone, social media or otherwise).

1.3 Depending on what you provide, this information can include your name, address or location, phone number, email address, date of birth, gender, and general  business information

1.4 Information we receive from other sources

1.5 Device and browser information, IP address, and geolocation data.

1.6 Information our IT systems collect about you

1.7 Each time you visit the website, certain information will be created and automatically recorded by our IT systems. That information includes:

1.8 Cookies: These small text files can help improve your experience with the Website and make it easier to interact with us. This may include storing your location or language preferences to save you having to re-enter information when returning to, or ensuring that items you wish to order don’t disappear as you navigate between pages on our website. 

1.9 Device information: The information provided by your device will differ depending on your operating system and device settings, but includes the type of device you have, the device’s IP address and location, the browser you’re using, your mobile network provider (for mobile devices), the pages you have visited, your time zone and country location, and crash or download error reports.



We use the collected information for various purposes, including but not limited to:

2.1 To administer, maintain and optimize our Website and our services, we collect your device information (such as your device IP address and device type), cookie identifiers and browsing information. The legal basis is the legitimate interests in running The Africa Fashion Law Website..

2.2 To provide you with personalized recommendations and enhance your experience, we collect your name, email, phone number, addresses.  The legal basis is our legitimate interests in running and improving the Africa Fashion Law Website

2.3 To carry on research, analysis, enquiries and surveys on your use of our website, we collect your Name; Addresses; Email; Device information, legal basis is our legitimate interests in running The Africa Fashion Law Website.



We may share your personal information with third parties in the following limited circumstances;

3.1 Third parties where we are considering a corporate transaction: The Africa Fashion Law Services is always looking for new opportunities and directions in which to grow. This means sometimes we may consider corporate transactions such as merger, acquisitions, reorganizations, asset sale, or similar. In these instances, we may transfer your information to enable the assessment and undertaking of that transaction. If we buy or sell any business or assets, your personal information may be one of the assets that are transferred.

3.2 To comply with legal requests: on occasion we may be required to liaise with various regulators and law enforcement agencies in a number of different countries, whether as a result of law, a court order, or another legal process. Although we dispute requests wherever suitable, in some cases we may have to share your information with the regulators or law enforcement agencies. Where we consider it appropriate, and provided we are not prohibited from doing so by law or court order, we will attempt to notify you of these legal demands.



4.1 This Privacy Policy, along with its retention period, shall be governed and interpreted in accordance with the provisions outlined in the Nigeria Data Protection Act 2023. 

4.2 All data collection, processing, retention, and usage practices defined within this Privacy Policy shall adhere to the guidelines set forth by the Nigeria Data Protection Act 2023.

4.3 By using our services, you acknowledge your consent to the terms and conditions outlined in this Privacy Policy, as well as your understanding that the data retention period specified herein aligns with the requirements and limitations established by the Nigeria Data Protection Act 2023. 



5.1 You have certain rights in relation to the personal data we hold about you, which we detail below. Some of these only apply in certain circumstances as set out in more detail below. We also set out how to exercise those rights. Please note that we will require you to verify your identity before responding to any requests to exercise your rights and that can include asking a set of security questions to ensure it is you. When you use our website, you are granted certain rights regarding your personal information. These “Rights” includes;

5.1.1 You have the right to request access to the personal Data we hold about you. If the data is inaccurate or incomplete, you have the right to request corrections.

5.1.2 You can request the deletion of your personal data  under certain circumstances, such as when the information is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected.

5.1.3 If we process your personal data  based on your consent, you have the right to withdraw that consent at any time. This withdrawal will not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal.

5.1.4 If you believe the personal data we hold about you is being unlawfully processed by us.

5.1.5 In some circumstances, you can ask us to delete your data as set out below.

5.2 Also note that you may exercise your right to restrict our processing of the personal data we hold, by sending an email to

5.2.1 Please provide as much detail as possible on your reasons for the request to assist us in determining whether you have a valid basis to restrict our processing of the personal data.  Please note that we may retain the personal data if there are valid grounds under law for us to do so, but we will let you know if that is the case. 



6.1 Any changes we may make to this Privacy Policy in the future will be posted on this page and, where appropriate, notified to you by email. 

6.2 Any updates, amendments, or modifications to this Privacy Policy and its associated retention period that are made necessary by changes in the Nigeria Data Protection Act 2023 or other relevant legislation will be communicated through our official channels and will be effective upon publication. 

6.3 It is advisable for users to periodically review this Privacy Policy to stay informed about any changes and ensure continued compliance.



7.1 If you have any questions or concerns about this Privacy Policy, please contact us by sending us an email at