"The first person who gave me 100 million Naira has never seen my underwear," the CEO of Blessing has said publicly.
In a recent interview, Okoro Blessing Nkiruka, often known as Blessing CEO, said that the first person who gave her 100 million naira did not sleep with her before handing her the money.
This was made clear by the CEO of Blessing as she revealed the alleged testimony that an unidentified individual had sent to her regarding a similar issue. Although she was moved by the account of the anonymous lady, who described how she eventually received assistance from a man despite resisting his advances, Blessing CEO revealed that she had previously been given 100 million naira, and that the one who gave it to her did not sleep with her.
Women should learn to say no to some things they don't want to do, says Blessing CEO, who made this information public in an effort to encourage them. Blessing CEO wrote the following:
"People can help you and not sleep with you if you set boundaries. If you don't set boundaries, people will take advantage of you and sleep with you. Women must learn to say "no" more often."
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