Port Harcourt-based singer, Duncan Mighty took to Instagram on Saturday to make it known to critics that he is an employer of labour who contributes to the society by creating jobs, hence should not be compared with celebrities who cannot do same.
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First i give GOD the glory for my life today and am proud to say i am not a music award winner but with the little my career has given me ive created jobs i know my construction company @mightycrete is still growing up but 38 staff's are employed, in construction company we pay daily some persons 27k, some 20k some 15k some 10k and we pay labour 5k per day, we only pay admin, securities and cleaners monthly we feed them and gave them health insurance people around me are getting daily breads raising there families thanking GOD for bringing me around. I will never live the fake life u want i am proud to wear my oil resistance and anti-Hazard and post on Instagram but my last word to u all abusing me each time i post pictures from work and those sending me dm on how to dress pls those your celebrities you always refer me to that wears the best fashion, pls can u tag me or post where they have created jobs and try to eradicate unemployment in there local communities or where there are, Time is the greatest healer. I pray GOD bless u