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Entertainer Westybaba talks about his struggles, multiple talents, creating Jenifa’s Diary and more

By Guardian Exclusive
02 July 2020   |   12:02 pm
Entertainer, WestyBaba, also known as Educated Area Boy, shares his struggles on Popsicles with managing his multiple talents, growing up on the street of Lagos, working on Jenifa's diary and Alacada.

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