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“Fake It Till You Make It”, Eriata Ese Advises Nigerians After Losing Multi-million Naira Deal

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Nollywood actress Eriata Ese has further sponsored the ‘fake it till you make it’ agenda as she advises her fans, followers and whoever wishes to listen to fake things until they get it whichever way but, however, for the right reasons.

Eriata Ese said this in a snap she shared on her social media, stating that she doesn’t care how it sounds to anyone while she narrated how a multi-million naira deal slipped out of her hands simply because she didn’t appear as expected."Fake It Till You Make It", Eriata Ese Advises Nigerians After Losing Multi-million Naira DealAccording to her, she lost the deal because she didn’t attend the meeting for the bidding with a big vehicle like others did. Stating that people rate other by their appearance, especially in Lagos, Eriata said, “I don’t care how this sound. Fake it till u make it; for the right reasons. A multimillion naira deal just slipped off my friend’s hand just because she didn’t show up to the meeting with prado, driver and mopol like the way they do when u want to bid for contract In a big company”.

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“It’s obvious we now rate people by their appearance; what u wear, the car u chive and the area/house you lye in; especially in Lagos. To think that this friend of mine has access to all the packaging and decided to just drive her Camray and go there to deliver; based on the benefit that will be brought to the table if they bring her in and also Exhibit her Intellectual value. Just because there was no ‘WASH” to go with intelligent performance, they gave the job to someone who came with the wash”, Eriata Ese added. TRENDING VIDEO OF THE DAY: My Shoutout Goes To My Family

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