Teaching first time dads to change nappies

Being a father , Working with fathers

Tolulope Adeleke wants more fathers to be involved in their babies' lives right from conception.

Having trained as a nurse and a midwife in the UK, Tolulope decided to move to Nigeria and set up antenatal classes for first-time dads in Lagos.

Produced by Chris Ewokor

Filmed and edited by Joshua Akinyemi

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