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DontLeaveMe challenge goes global

By Guardian Exclusive
02 July 2020   |   6:05 pm
When Nigerian social media content creator Josh 'Josh2Funny' Alfred started his #DontLeaveMeChallenge he never envisioned it would go global. Now, the viral challenge has not only been recreated locally, it has become the centre of entertainment across various social media platforms.⁣

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