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Jenny Chisom Set To Tour 3 Countries After 5 Nigerian cities tours

Since my birth 30something years ago, I've never left Nigeria... not to even Ghana or Niger.

I've had lots of people even invite me and still inviting me to South Africa,  US, UK, Kenya and even my older sister, can't understand why I've not yet visited the family in Italy
Hmmnn...

But I began this year, resolving to visit 3 countries in 3 continents before December, 2017 and I'm set... It is in this second quarter by God's grace.

Wanna help make it happen - host, plan, facilitate, tour-guide? Hit me up via email jennychisomblog@gmail.com, let's do this.

After my Nigerian 5-city tour from Next week till June 21 training Social media managers...then hosting our Men Relationship and Investment Workshop in Abuja on June 25, it will be time...

Visit the previous blog post to know more about the Social media course if you are interested.

#TourMode #IToldYou #BloggerTourist

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