My Friends Mocked Me When I Started Hustling at a Construction Site - UNIBEN Undergrad

My Friends Mocked Me When I Started Hustling at a Construction Site - UNIBEN Undergrad

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1. Nigerians and Ghanaians love to hate each other - Ghanaian musician Stonebwoy

Stonebwoy is a superstar by every definition one thinks of. A frequent collaborator with Nigerian musicians, he tells Abisola Alawode why collaboration is the right way to go, why this generation of African musicians need to respect those that came before them, and why Nigerians and Ghanaians love to hate each other.

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2. My friends mocked me when I started hustling at a construction site - UNIBEN Undergrad

"I really don't like asking people for anything, so, whenever it looks like I'm broke, I run to the construction site. That's where I make my urgent 2k," the beautiful Jennifer Efemonghe said during a recent interview with Legit tv correspondents.

She explained further that even while in Lagos, where she stays with her family, she hustles at Gatankowa - a market where fairly used items are sold. The 20-year-old explained that her friends mocked her when she started her hustle, but she didn't allow it to affect her.

3. Legit tv visits 125-year-old school built on mountain by British Colonial Masters

Legit tv correspondents have visited the premises of a 125-year-old school erected by British Colonial Masters on the famous Idanre Hills in Idanre, Ondo state. Our team discovered that the walls were still in good shape during the visit even though the building had been erected since 1896. Our tour guide revealed that many prominent Nigerians attended the school on the mountain before they descended into the town.

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