- A lady has seen her talent land her big deals with international companies she thought she would never get to work for
- @Ceracerni on Twitter narrated how a small venture turned into a big opportunity after landing deals from famous beverage companies
- The artist said the project was supposed to last two weeks but ended up taking two months and it's the best she's ever done
A gifted artist who has done amazing work on buildings and streets in Nigeria has finally seen her work recognised in the most fitting way.
The lady, identified as @Ceracerni on Twitter, is famous for transforming boring elevator entrances into impressive art pieces, and her latest piece was not disappointing.
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The artist shared before and after photos of a lift that she transformed into looking like a bus and narrated how a small deal turned into a big opportunity.
She was planning to open a hub in Lagos, but after being called by an official from 7 Up Bottling Company, she received a months-long deal with them.
"Someone in Seven-Up Bottling Company (SBC) saw the post and went through my profile. She went through every project I’ve done on my page and she recommended me to her Boss. I was called in to come and design the entire head office for Seven-Up, Pepsi, Mirinda, Supercommando, Lipton-Ice tea, Teem, Aquafina water and many other products they have," she said.
Ceracerni said the project was supposed to last two weeks but ended up taking two months, and it was her longest, biggest, best and most friendly she's ever done.
The artist urged fans to market themselves as they were their own brand ambassadors.
She also advised netizens to have faith that things would work out and thanked them for their likes and comments, which made her get noticed.
In other inspirational news, Briefly News reported that good-natured teachers contributed their salaries to pay bills for the school.
At Amankwatia M/A Junior High School in Kumasi, teachers have contributed from their own pockets to settle utility bills for the school as there are no external funds coming in.
According to a report by myjoyonline.com, Frank Kwakye, who is the headmaster of the school, indicated that academic work has not been going on smoothly in the school due to the school's inability to settle its bills.
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Source: Briefly News