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Kiriku
19 Nov
It is undeniable that children evolve a bit more as they age. Few people are unconscious of their surroundings, but a large number take account of their skills and, with wise supervision, make use of them. Enorense Victor, also referred to as Kiriku, was born in Edo State and is a hybrid of the Bini…
15 Sep
Social media has been instrumental in transforming everyday people with talents into stars. One such is the kid comedian and actor, Enorese Victory better known as Kiriku. The talented content creator is undoubtedly one of the youngest skit makers making waves at the moment in the country. Kiriku known for wearing an oversized tee shirt…
9 Apr 2022
Enorense Victory popularly known as Kiriku is a native of Edo State. He is a blend of the Bini tribe. A Nigerian comic actor whose comedy skits portray the Street lifestyle and many other crazy manuscripts which usually triggers audiences to laugh.

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