Do Nigerian Celebrities Need Attitude Change?

A lot of Nigerian celebrities should work on their attitude as most face criticism due to getting into a fight with their fans, abandoning shows and being disrespectful to the media, reports Leadership writer, Anthony Ada Abraham.

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