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ML on hiring people and being hired

Get ML in your corner and get your money’s worth!

It’s never too late to start wanting something and ML is proving just that. The successful artist who recently took part in the Otjiwarongo StartUp Festival and the Windhoek Charity CUp took to her social media platforms to share her goals for the rest of 2019.

In the post, ML said that she would want to be hired by corporate companies because she does more than just singing.

ML who began her musical career moons back launched her debut album ML the Diplomat in 2017 and this year, in commemoration of independence day, she dedicated her second album to the Namibian liberation. in a recent Instagram story whilst asking her fans to recommend songs to have music videos; she asked for scriptwriters and directors whom she is willing to pay if they come on board. their intellectual property will be credited too.

ML indeed is an all in one creative. When she is not singing, she is an entrepreneur, founder of Onature hair products who also shares her knowledge with fellow entrepreneurs and those interested in the journey.

On other days, ML who’s also known as the wealth creator is an agriprenuer guru who aims to build Namibia by encouraging the youth to venture into the agribusiness sector.

Indeed if you hire ML, you will get more than what you ask for.

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