'Omo Ode' simply means Hunter's Son. He's one of my aburos. Eyan temi gaan gaan. A really nice guy. Have a listen and see what you think. Abeg help us publicise on Facebook and Twirra. Thank you and God bless you too!
Omo Ode: Radio
Monday, December 02, 2013
I've often heard it said and repeated it myself: 'It's a small world.' It rang even truer yesterday. After recovering from the initial shock I blogged about yesterday which I can only put down to a misguided guy's mid-life crisis, I received another shock to my system. People often have a glossy image around themselves and this person is no exception. They are well known in Naija showbiz circles. Soooo...this person happens to be a facebook friend. They tried to fleece my sis-in-law in a business deal. My bro and sis-in-law had no idea I knew of this person. We were just talking about my sis-in-law's business project and then she showed me...I saw it all with my two eyes, emails back and forth. And the insults, so unprofessional and uncalled for. All because this person wanted more money after the deal was struck. My sis-in-law is one of the gentlest, sweetest people I know. So she just backed off and kept quiet. She will ask for her money back that she paid upfront for uncompleted work.
I won't mention names. We'll be kind. Let's remember that there's such a thing as integrity. Integrity unlike reputation, cannot be manufactured or glossed over. People ultimately will judge by their personal dealings with a person. It's a small world. Our integrity is our footprint. It follows us everywhere we go. Particularly in business, deal fairly and reap the rewards. Hustle 419, the consequences will be there too.
If I were this person, I will return the money (and it's quite an amount of money) as requested. I know the person will read this. Do the right thing.
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