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Working in Nigeria is the ghetto. No shade to my boss. Last week, I asked Nigerian women to tell me the worst things they have experienced working in Nigeria. Here’s what eight of them had to say. Jumoke, 25 My former boss used to gaslight me, to the extent that I began to doubt my […]
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