Former BBNaija housemate, Tuoyo has sent some financial advice to men concerning their women.
In a post made on his Instagram stories, the reality TV star warned men never to allow women spend on them or know their financial capability.
He urged men going through financial difficulties to stay away from women.
Tuoyo opined that men who allow women to fund their needs would simply lead to insults at the end of the day.
Earlier in the year, the fitness coach was involved in a ghastly auto accident.
Taking to his official Instagram account to share the news with fans, Tuoyo posted a video of his current state after the accident.
He captioned the post with a message that showed how grateful he is to have survived what has killed some people in the country.
He wrote, Thank God for life, and everyone that was with me. Nothing shall take our life this year in Jesus name Amen”
I Turned Down An Opportunity To Work In The Petroleum Industry For Skit Making
Popular Nigerian skit maker, Sophia Chisom, better known as ‘Soso The Pure Water Seller’, has opened up on the career opportunity she gave up for comedy.
The skit maker in an interview with BBC pidgin revealed that she is a Political science and Public Administration graduate from the University of Port Harcourt.
Soso disclosed that she served in the Ministry of Petroleum as a corps member and had a great chance of getting retained but she backed off owing to the fact that she never wanted a 9-5 job.
She said that her father was disappointed in her career choice and was of the opinion that he wasted his money in sending her to school.
The content creator explained that she was already posting several pictures online before she got the idea of creating comic content.
Speaking on her character’s costume, Soso revealed that the skirt she usually wears in her skits belongs to her mother, while the top is a random cloth she picked from her wardrobe.
She stated that it was her parent’s last born that bought the black bowl for her after she gave her sibling money for it.
Encouraging those interested in skit making, Sophia urged creators to remain consistent even when it seems their effort is not paying off.