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Celebrating Men: International Men's Day

Across the globe....we celebrate men.

Nigeria and some other countries are celebrating matter your time zone, we know our world will be happier and healthier with more men finding their purpose, speaking their trury, seeking clarity, understanding responsibility, be courageous to be more human and living a higher quality of life.

As we celebrate, we at #JCB and @themencodemovement
are committed to encouraging the rise of more #positivemalerolemodels

#mensday #internationalmenday #positivemasculinity #jennychisomblog #mencodelifestyle


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