Why I Work With Only Female Staff In My Company – Blord

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Blord, recently explained why he employs only female staff.

Reflecting on his past, he shared that five years ago, he hired men to trade for him. One used his money to buy a Benz, stole his customers, and disappeared to start his own crypto business.

Since then, Blord hires only women, humorously comparing men and Bitcoin to a goat and yam, implying inevitable theft.

Famous Nigerian businessman and billionaire, Blord recently revealed the reason he has only female staff in his company.

Reflecting on an experience, he shared a cautionary tale about his earlier days in the business that shaped his decision.

He disclosed that five years ago, he employed men to trade for me and one of them used his money to buy a Benz and even stole his customers.

Blord noted that after this, the lad disappeared and started his own crypto business.

He added that since then, he opted for female employees only.

Blord humorously compared the relationship between men and Bitcoin to that of a goat and yam, implying that they’ll always be tempted to steal it.

In his words:

“5 years ago i employed men to trade for me
One use my money by benz, even steal customers join con japa start him own crypto
Ever since that day, Women only
Men and btc be Like Yam and Goat.

Shey una go rest now.”

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In addition, Blord rolled out a condition for the public before he could consider employing men again.

He said: “I go employ men on the condition say if una btc loss una nor go hold me , if yes lets proceed. I’ll give them a try again soon”

Recall that Blord dragged famous activist, Verydarkman, a few days back over attempts to discredit his finance app, Billpoint.

Earlier, Verydarkman while reacting to a video of Mr Jollof endorsing Blord’s app, Billpoint, blasted the comedian for not conducting a proper investigation before endorsement.

He went on to highlight some complaints he received from people, sharing screenshots of messages from unsatisfied users.

VDM alleged that the app often blocks people’s accounts after funds are deposited.

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