I CONSUME, RUB FIRE AROUND MY MALE ORGAN- NIGERIAN FIRE-EATER

Fire-eating may be a daring thing to do. But for Timi, a Nigerian fire-eater based in Lagos, therein lies his joy. The 32-year-old told BBC Pidgin that he started

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