Nigerian content creators go through a lot and in this episode, I honestly shared my experiences and struggles. From constant power outages to internet data connection being so expensive to most Nigerian brands taking our work for granted and a host of others. It can be very discouraging you know. I decided to just whip out my microphone and rant because your girl was tired. Please take a listen and drop me a voice message to share how the episode made you feel and if you could relate with it. The link to drop me a voice message is always in the description box of each episode no matter the podcast platform you listen on.Struggles of Nigerian content creators Click To Tweet
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