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Toke’s book hurt my brand — Maje Ayida

Award-winning wellness coach Maje Ayida has for the first time opened up on his position about his ex-wife Toke Makinwa’s book, On Becoming, a memoir that contains some derogatory material about him. Maje, who is the son of Sir Allison Ayida, a former Secretary to the Government of the Federation, has dragged Toke to court for defamation. Speaking in an interview with PUNCH, Maye Ayida on how the book affected his brand said, “People tend to form a perception of you from what they read or hear about you. Having those kinds of things written about me and circulating in the public domain has definitely hurt my brand, though it’s hard to quantify the kind of impact it has had. However, I concentrate my energy on doing good work and letting it speak for me.”

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i guess this explains the term hell has no furry like what ?? my guy gather watin remain and move forward .

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