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Audu Maikori shares 5 boss moves every true boss should make


Audu Maikori, Chocolate City Group’s (CCG) President, made an appearance on Accelerate TV where he shared 5 tips on how to be a true boss.

Here are the tips:

  1. Lead by example
  2. Always open the door for a lady (applies to men)
  3. Never cut corners
  4. Pray always
  5. Always be yourself

Watch him expand on these tips.

Photocredit: Audu Maikori FB page

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1 Comment

  1. Winston Balagare says:

    Please tell me this is a joke. It’s a joke, right? Tell me . . . please.

    It’s no wonder that laptop of a label hasn’t seen any true success in all these years of operation. “Always open the door for a lady”? What’s that?!! What does that have to do with business? What did opening doors and praying have to do with the stalling/failure of every career on the hard-drive of that laptop label?

    This man walks around dressed in fancy suits, yet not one of his artists is considered a top-tier artist in Nigeria. What kind of madness is this? These people run their businesses the same way politicians run the government–they get rich off the work of others and then flaunt it in their faces. I truly feel sorry for Ruby, Nosa, Koker, Dice, and whomever else is still stranded on that deserted-island-of-a-label.

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