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Tunde: We have members from different areas of the continent -- from West Africa, South Africa and East Africa.
Specifically, we have a bunch of Ethiopians on the site. Meaning that people are finding people close to them in their city and I think that's been helped by the events that we've been having.
What's also cool is when you delve deeper, there's a bigger mix with Africans in New York, D. We've done events in ten cities across the continent and people have been able to come meet someone face to face.
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In my effort to remain connected to things related to Nigeria and Africa, I caught up with Tunde, one of two founders of a new invite-only dating site for Africans,
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