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Below are Instagram Fitness Accounts owned by Nigerians that men should follow.

Williams Falade

Williams Falade was born in England in 1983, spending some of his early years in Nigeria. It was during his time – at the age of 8 –  that he adopted fitness as a lifestyle. After relocating to England for high school, Williams established himself as a formidable athlete. He won gold medals in various sport competitions while in school. In university, Williams set out to build a great physique. In 2014, Williams took part in the WBFF (World Beauty Fitness and Fashion) where he finished in second place. Later in 2016, he became the WBFF Pro World Champion, making a name for himself in the fitness world. As a result of his hard work, Williams has been featured in several fitness magazines across the world.

Ngoli Onyeka Okafor

Ngoli, who is a native of Anambra State, Nigeria, was born in Massachusetts, USA. He was raised in a family that was skeptical about sports and more inclined towards education so he had little experience in sports. It wasn’t until the ripe age of 31 that he accidentally stumbled into boxing. Prior to that, he had attended the University of Connecticut where he studied Computer Science. After winning the Golden Gloves in 2008 and 2009, Ngo decided to focus more on modeling and acting. In the course of his career, he has posed with supermodels like Gisele Budchen (V magazine) and superstars like Mary J. Blige (MAC Mac’s Cosmetic’s Viva Clam Campaign). Like Williams Falade, he has appeared in several Men’s health magazines. He is the creator of the FitMatch app and a trainer for and  

Doctor Uche

Uchenna Nwonsu happens to be a medical doctor but, surprisingly, his Instagram account contains a lot of tips and videos on body work-out. Uchenna is a US-based Nigerian doctor who floods the internet with photos of his ripped body. He is a member of the International Federation of Body Building and Fitness.

Obinna Udora

Obinna Udora is the CEO of FitNigeria. Obinna had always been interested in sports even before moving back to Nigeria. At university, he helped friends become fit and he had a fitness blog which he took more seriously when he graduated. Prior to his fitness career, Obinna pursued a degree in mechanical engineering from Penn University, USA, and worked as a design and quality engineer at a large manufacturing firm in the U.S. His interest in fitness began when he couldn’t fit into an over-sized shirt. Currently, Obinna just wants to be healthy and strong, and to inspire other people. Obinna trains Nigerian Celebrities like Uzo Simkpa and Ebuka (Big Brother Naija TV host).  

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This article was first published on 2nd April 2018


My name is Samuel Okoruwa. I am an ardent researcher, reading is life and writing is fun.

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