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Today’s Man Like is Dalu, a 29-year-old finance guy. He talks about wanting to become a boxer, how going broke taught him to prioritise his family and how he has changed since he got married.
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Today’s Man Like is @Shutabug, a visual artist, videographer, graphic designer and illustrator with the BBC. He talks about experiencing different social classes while growing up, an incident that made it difficult for him to ask for help and the inspiration for his art.
The Nigerian Police are once again harassing, detaining and firing teargas cannisters at protesters. Here’s what we know about it so far.
Today’s Man Like is @Fosudo, a Youtuber, finance enthusiast and tech reviewer. He talks about how reading helped him navigate life, his discouraging early days as a tech reviewer and finally breaking out to become one of Nigeria’s most viewed YouTuber.
You don’t have to break your piggybank to smell nice. Here are 8 women’s perfumes under 20k that will have you smelling expensive on a budget.
You have only 20k and you want to smell like you rub shoulders with Dangote? We’ve got your back.
Today’s Man Like is Babajide Duroshola, the general manager of M-Kopa. He talks about growing up without support from his rich father, surviving university by being a club promoter and his approach to handling black tax.
We hope we’re able to convince you that men should also be allowed to wear skirts.
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