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Men Can Find Love Again As Jenny Chisom Blog Hosts Men in Abuja

Hello boss,

We have moved! Hahaha


By that, I mean we are on to having our first specialised offline support event for classy men who are either divorced, separated from spouse, single but above 35, as well as men who are physically challenged but seeking love.


It is Find Love Again #Flag4Men 




It will be a relationship and love fix with myself, and therapists, experienced experts and more.

It is exclusive for just 25 men
It is confidential
It holds in Abuja, Nigeria

And it will hold on Sunday, September 30, 2018

We believe that every man deserves love and must get the best by becoming his best version.

It will be a deep session, with fun activities, games and heart to heart talk that will guarantee sustainable love relationships especially in Marriage.

More updates, are coming soon.

Are you as excited as I am?

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