In many African families, members who have attained a certain level of success are expected to provide financial support to less financially secure family members. This is known as Black Tax. Black tax can be useful to help families become financially stable, but at what point does it become exploitation?
In this episode, our hosts are joined by content creator and entrepreneur, Oby. They discuss the impact of black tax and how to create boundaries between family members who constantly demand black tax, where necessary.
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Creators & Guests
Chidi "Chydee" Okereke
Chidi "Chydee" Okereke is a content creator, digital marketer and communications expert.
Ope "SwitOpe" Keshinro
Ope "SwitOpe" Keshinro is an award-winning content creator, event host, radio presenter and all round storyteller.
Aisha Salaudeen is a multimedia storyteller based in Nigeria. She has worked in full-time and freelance journalism, using images, videos, audio, and text to report and investigate diverse human interest stories in Africa.
Olivia Ogbuagu is a graduate of Media and Communications at the Pan Atlantic University in Lagos, Nigeria.
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