Some humans beings are investments but some are bills; be wise - Tonto Dikeh

Some humans beings are investments but some are bills; be wise - Tonto Dikeh

Nollywood actress and philanthropist, Tonto Dikeh, has taken to social media to give her fans and followers an interesting piece of advice.

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The actress who has grown quite a reputation online for her infamous social media wars with celebrities, fans and bloggers, is also known for dishing out pretty interesting words of advice as well.

She recently took to her Instagram page to advice people on being able to distinguish between people worth their time and people who would only cost them money.

In her words, "Some people are investments and some people are bills. Know the difference."

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Also advising people is controversial US-based Nigerian singer, Speed Darlington, who appears to never run out of things to say on social media. He is back in the news and this time, it's for his advice to fans with body odour.

In a video currently circulating the internet, he can be seen and heard, advising his fans with body odour, to always wear deodorant as that is the only way to stop the stink.

He complained about always having to hold his breath whenever these fans come around for photo ops with him. He advised them to get deodorants and if that is too expensive, they should get soap and apply in their armpits.

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In other developments, a hardworking entrepreneur from Zimbabwe named Pasi William Sachiti has been building driverless cars in the United Kingdom and is on the mission of making the products called 'Kar-go' available around the world.

'Kar-go' is reportedly Europe's first road-worthy autonomous delivery vehicle. Reports indicate in a news report that Sachiti's entrepreneurial journey started pretty quickly after moving to the United Kingdom at the tender age of 16.

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