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Resist The Urge To Explain -Toke Makinwa

By Damilola Adeyemo

LAGOS – Nigerian radio personality, television host, Blogger, lifestyle entrepreneur, and author, Toke Makinwa has advised her fans to stay true to themselves.

In a tweet, She said that there is no need for unnecessary talks, people should go on with their lives not minding if someone loves you or not.

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The Tweet read: “Resist the urge to explain. Those who love you don’t need a reason to love you and those who don’t will believe you anyway, catch yourself before you start to ro ejo unnecessarily, save your peace. Let whoever thinks whatever, just keep doing you.

Toke’s Tweet

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