Nigerian singer Tekno declares himself a ‘womanizer for life’

Nigerian singer Tekno declares himself a ‘womanizer for life’

- Nigerian singer, Tekno, has left social media buzzing with reactions following his recent tweet

- The father of one took to Twitter to declare himself a womanizer

- The singer was a while ago, dating another singer, Lola Rae with whom he has a daughter

While many male Nigerian celebrities are known for being the ladies' men, they more often that not, ever accept this to be true. However, it appears Nigerian singer/producer, Augustine Miles Kelechi does not have any problems with labels.

Popularly known as Tekno, he recently left social media users buzzing with excitement after he took to the platform to declare himself a womanize for life.

The singer who was once in a relationship with British-Nigerian singer, Lola Rae, with whom he has a child, appears to have separated from her and is currently living his best life as a single dad with lots of cash to throw around.

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The tweet has since gone viral with over 3,000 likes.

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Meanwhile, when it comes to making relationship work and avoiding certain issues from stemming up, there are various things people are advised against doing. While some seem pretty acceptable, others however, cause quite a debate.

A life coach identified as Praise George, recently took to the Twitter platform to advise men on the importance of cooking. He stated that when a woman knows that a man can cook, it takes away their power of manipulation. According to him, it brings balance of power in a relationship.

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