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  • Fatibolady offers Nigerian women advice on Instagram
  • Fatibolady offers Nigerian women advice on Instagram
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Fatibolady offers Nigerian women advice on Instagram

Would you consider sharing your personal problems on Instagram? While in the West, women might sit down with a friend and tell them their woes over a cuppa or even catch an episode of Oprah, women in Nigeria are turning to a very different friend – Instagram-based agony aunt Fatibolady.

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