Singer Nadia Mukami has refuted claims that her recently opened business was financed by other investors.
Nadia Mukami has said that her business ‘Nadia Nail Bar & Beauty Parlor’ launched on Christmas Eve, was paid for from her own pockets.
People will always criticize me in a bad way, some will claim I have been sponsored but only my team and those close to me understand the struggle I went through to launch this parlor. The sleepless nights, sometimes the lack of funds and all that,”Nadia has said.
Nadia was also forced to disclose s few sources of her income, just to silence doubting onlookers.
For those who follow what I do, they see me doing shows, the other day I did one with Safaricom and was paid handsomely, I have been working with EABL for the longest time. I mean why would someone think I can’t afford to start such a business?’Nadia Mukami
The business venture costed her a little of over 1.2 million Kenyan Shillings, she has said.
This is a 100% Nadia Mukami’s project which if I am, to be honest, it cost me over $10,000 dollars (Sh1.2 million) that is from renovating the space to doing interiors such as gypsums – which were weirdly expensive – to every other set up that has the premises appear as it is.”Nadia Mukami