- Nollywood actress, Mary Remmy Njoku, has spoken up more about her husband, Jason's staff and their salary saga
- The movie star dared anyone with proof of their staff being underpaid to come out publicly
- Mary promised to give the person N1 million and a public apology
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Popular Nigerian actress, Mary Remmy Njoku, has continued to speak out after the backlash her husband faced on social media for his take on school fees in the country.
The movie star has now taken to social media to dare people who said her husband’s staff are underpaid to show proof of their claims
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Mary promised to give any person who could successfully show that their staff earned N30k or even N90k irrespective of their educational qualification the sum of N1 million, as well as a public apology.
“I run ROK. And we value our employees irrespective of their educational qualification. So come forward with proof if you know any current ROK staff who earns 30k 70k or even 90k. Graduate or illiterate. And get 1m naira. Come forward PUBLICLY Pls.”
See the post below:
Some internet users had claimed that the actress’ husband who owns Iroko TV paid his staff the paltry sum of N30k or N40k.
This came after the businessman said on social media that paying N5 million as school fees in Nigeria is cheap and that he paid more for his children.
This was part of his reply to a tweet by @ugodre, who posted the bill for one of the top schools in Lagos with a total of almost five million naira.
His wife, Mary Njoku, defended him after he faced series of backlash by explaining that people were paid their salaries according to the value they added to the company.
According to Mary in an Instagram post, people needed to stop quoting educational qualification and start working on what they could contribute to their employers.
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