Nigerian Man in Canada Becomes Overnight Barber, Shares Customer’s Final Haircut

Nigerian Man in Canada Becomes Overnight Barber, Shares Customer’s Final Haircut

  • A video of a Nigerian barber who moved to Canada and impressed his clients with his stunning haircuts
  • The clip showed the barber giving a makeover to a customer who waited patiently for his new look
  • The customer appeared delighted with the result, which showcased the barber's talent and creativity

A Nigerian barber who relocated to Canada and dazzled his customers with his amazing haircuts has become a TikTok sensation.

A video of his work was shared on TikTok, where it received thousands of views and likes. The video captured the barber's process of transforming a customer's appearance with his clipper.

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The man showed his customer's final look. Photo credit: @iroko_bass1/TikTok
Source: TikTok

The customer sat calmly in the barber's chair, trusting him to give him a fresh and stylish look. The barber did not disappoint, as he revealed the final result to the customer and the camera.

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The customer appeared overjoyed with his new haircut, which highlighted the barber's skill and flair.

The video, as shared by @iroko_bass1, also impressed many TikTok users, who praised the barber's artistry and professionalism.

Watch the video below:

Man who relocated abroad uses 1st month salary

Meanwhile, earlier reported that a Nigerian man resident in Canada has bought a Honda Civic car for himself, and he came on TikTok to celebrate.

The car owner, Abwire, posted a video of the Honda Civic using his TikTok account, and his friends and followers joined to celebrate with him.

Abwire revealed to his followers that the money he used to buy the car was his first salary in Canada.

Nigerian man sells his supermarket for N40m

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In another related story, reported that a man has narrated how a family man sold his supermarket in Lagos state for N40m because he wanted to relocate his wife and kids to Canada.

When he got to Canada, the man became homesick. He and his family agreed for him to come home while they remained abroad.

Despite being in Nigeria, the man still sent them money from his small business back home. For years in Canada, his wife went to school, completed her education, and had better opportunities.


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