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The Rave of the BE A MAN Show: This Week with Henry Okechukwu Ezeh

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This week Wednesday, we will be hosting this ex-banker and single Nigerian man on the BE A MAN show. The show has been a great time for men to bond, learn and partner for good. It holds every Wednesday on the League of Extraordinary Men Closed Facebook Group.

In the previous edition we have hosted the following men and you need to CLICK here now to join the group if you are a man. 
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 No matter which country you are, if you want extraordinary results as a man and want to lead a purposeful life, you cannot cheat yourself out of that group.


PS: To attend the MEN SUMMIT  in Abuja on December 11, 2016, REGISTER HERE

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